Doo·dle [ dood'l ] verb: A doodle is a small, mindless sketch (although some doodles may represent unconscious thought). People usually make doodles while bored or concentrating on something else, such as talking on the phone or passing time in lectures.
Sorry this is a little late. I don't really have an excuse for my lack of posts the past 2 weeks, busy as usual I guess. Anywho, it is/was fashion week in NYC so that's a whole new genre for me to be inspired from. First four photos are from my favorite fashion bloggers, Tom & Lorenzo. Now isn't the time to get into my Tom & Lorenzo obsession, so let's look at some pretty clothes: 1. Zimmermann Spring 2014 Collection
I think I made some real progress since my last update! Either way I've been working my bumm off.
ART: - Submit my work for consideration for 3 art shows 0/3 Changing this a bit since my goals have changed: Market myself/ my art in 3 new BIG ways. 1/3
Submitted a photo of my stuff to whatdoyoucarry.com
- create 4 new pieces on par with or surpassing the level of my wave doodle 4/4 DONE! All of my new pieces for Untapped Cities surpass my wave doodle... in my eyes - blog 30 times for Untapped Cities New York 8/30: http://untappedcities.com/author/bernadettemoke/ - blog an average of 3 times a week here 43/156... I've gotten MUCH better in recent weeks. - make $1000 from etsy sales
or other art sales $1130/1000 DONE! - attend 6 art shows or visit a new museum 0/6 - finish my website (no progress) - submit my sketchbook project on time Fail - finish my comics from my comic-a-day project (no progress)
- create 12 new youtube doodle videos 2/12 PERSONAL: - read 25 books 6/24 (no progress) - cook 30 new recipes 11/30:
I have recently started doing a doodle a day(ish)... yes like my blog title suggests! They are 5x7" and I have been putting them up for sale for $10 on Instagram and Facebook. Here are a few I did recently:
If you would like any of the doodles here are the rules:
1. Send me a Facebook message on Downtown Doodler letting me know you would like to purchase the sketch of the day.
2. If you are first to send me a message, I will write back and let you
know that it's yours. I will mark it 'sold' in a comment on the sketch
of the day. 3. If it's yours, send a Paypal payment of $10 to email@example.com and I will mail it (free shipping, yay!). So, please let me know yourshipping information. 4. No refunds/ exchanges. Payment needs to be made within 7 days or it goes back up for sale.