Okay… So i really cannot draw. At all. But Melissa encouraged people to try her blind doodles.. So I decided to give it a go.. I didn’t really manage to play by the rules.. I guess I need some practice. I kept lifing my pen from the paper..
Airedale with glasses… LOL!!!
In the end I think I preferred him without colour…
This tree + the Airedale was drawn all in one with eyes closed, though. I do like the removable ears on this guy, though.
I added some ear-colour but this one is pretty much by the rules, and I think it’s pretty cute and puggy.
PS: Khyra posted this link about the benefits of doodling. Neat. http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1882127,00.html
DANG!Woo are furry good!This story has been making the rounds since yesterday…my mom is going to send it to Emmitt soon buthttp://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1882127,00.htmlHugz&Khysses,Khyra
hi ane!oh my gosh! they are wonderful!i am so glad you had fun! may i publish them on my blog?xoxoxomelissa
How cute is the meditating pug! Your drawings are great:)
Looks easy but sure it is not!Kisses and hugsLorenza
What a great job you did! The Airedale with glasses looks just like Mitch! heheheLove ya lots,Maggie and Mitch
That drawing is very good. It captures your puggy-ness well. Slobbers,Mango
Mom doodles at work, good to hear its doing some good!
those are so cute! you are very clever! i will have to try this!hugs,puglette
We think those are wonderful doodles. We really like the first one and the last two. They are so cute.RoxyPS Happy Belated Birthday!
Ane – what a cute little curly bun you have drawn on that cute little puggy! Annie’s heart is going pitty pat cuz she is convinced that is Bajas. : ) happy birthday and many hugs from Texas…xxxooo
hi ane!you are on my blog today! thank you so much for sharing your doodles with me!http://pugnotes.blogspot.com/2009/03/blind-doodle-gallery.html🙂 melissa
i like the last one too. You did very good. I enjoyed reading about your experience too. The doodling was hard for me to get used to at first