A Day in The Life - Rangoli doodle pilot G-2 pen
I am not sure cleaning up my doodle when I transfered it to the Fiction Project sketchbook was a good idea. After tearing off a couple of pages (now I have fewer pages to fill!) because my freehand doodle was not going the way I wanted, I realised forced doodling is not going to have a free flowing feeling to it!!! I have a weakness for rangoli doodles so I can free hand a rangoli when I have to and not check any rangoli design books. Rangoli with these continuous lines are my favorite - I try to see how long I can go on with the line before it meets the starting point. Some traditional rangoli start with even or odd numbered dots and you weave the lines around it. How you place the dots, how many dots in each subsequent rows, and how many rows of dots all lead to different designs. With regard to the sketchbook, I have decided to draw only on the right hand side of the book, not fight the thin papers and just accept imperfections.
Did you know Google has special doodles of its logo to celebrate important dates in a calender year. Check out their Google doodle art!