I’ve been trying to put the finishing colors on my doodle that I started awhile ago in my art journal.
It reminds me of the popcorn you can buy in the store called, Fiddle Faddle. The popcorn and peanuts are covered with gooey caramel. Yum! Like the popcorn, I have a difficult time leaving my doodle alone. I keep “fiddling” with it!
Here are some of the supplies I used on this doodle:
I started with watercolor but then tried gouache, Tombow markers, Inktense pencils, watercolor pencils and Prismacolor pencils. 😉
I learned a lot from my experiment with different mediums. I learned NOT to use a water brush as I don’t have any control with it. (I can’t stay within the lines). I struggled with the Inktense pencils to get them to blend with other mediums.
I also learned to trust my instincts when it came to color and NOT coloring every doodle! I hope you check out Annie Glacken’s doodles here that she did recently in watercolor. My favorite is her Hummingbird! 🙂
You may recall my doodle progress where I last left off that you can find here.
Here is the completion of this doodle:
I tried to vary my color by creating depth and movement in my patterns. I would love to know what you think!
Happy creating!! 🙂