Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Scribbling Not Thinking



















Random scribbles... not too concerned with what they should look like... just relaxing... playing around with ideas...

12 comments:

Barbara O'Connor said...

Oh, I love those scribbles! How I wish I had that gift of drawing so I could scribble like that, too.

btw, I love your blog look. That banner at the top is fantastic.

Jennifer said...

Thanks, Barbara! :-)

tlc illustration said...

Lovely scribbles... Even your sketchbooks are neatly done (mine become a messy tangle of overlapping scribbles and sketches... makes them hard to 'show off')..

Jennifer said...

Thanks, Tara-- but believe me, I've got some messy ones too!!

Phyllis Harris said...

The sketches when you're not thinking...the very best kind! They always turn out the best for me!

Alicia Padrón said...

wow these are fantastic Jen!! I'm sure this puppy would love to play with Nina ;o)

Jennifer said...

Me too, Phyllis! At least, those are usually the ones I like best. Sometimes it's so hard to get out of your head and just let it flow.

Ha-- yes, Ali! I was thinking of Nina as I was trying to decide what kind of puppy this was... still need to figure it out! :-)

Alicia Padrón said...

To me it looks like a Terrier Jen, perhaps a Jack Russel? :o)

Jennifer said...

Yes-- I think you're right... something small, squarish, without too long a tail...

gael lynch said...

Scribblers wanted! Only kidding...I think I may throw it out there to the world of kids. Apart from my writing blog...I've started a teaching blog, called Teach Spot. Any of you scribblers want to post your spotted dogs, feel free! I'm hoping for a dog a day.

I love your blog, Jen! Filled with energy and great visuals. You are amazing.

Jennifer said...

Oh thank you Gael-- you're too kind!!!

I'll bet your kids would love scribbling in notebooks-- they're such a great tool for creativity, problem solving... lots of uses... :-)

gael lynch said...

Agreed, Jen. Kids are SO much more right-brained than anyone would like to admit in that left-brained world called school. I have a huge crew of doodlers...very gifted doodlers, I might add! I'm always in awe!