Faceless #Art #Sketch #Doodle

Faceless
Faceless / Artwork by Jason A. Muckley Ā© 2020

I love doodling at my desk. I purposely have a calendar pad on it to engage my mind in creativity while I make phone calls, engage in teleconferences, or even on mental “breaks” where I need a moment to unwind.

These moments produce all kinds of interesting doodles and art that brighten up the rest of my day at work.

Do you doodle? What kinds of things do you draw? How do you engage in creative endeavors throughout your day?

– Jason

13 comments

  1. Looks like a tumbleweed! I can’t remember exactly what I read about doodlers, but I’m pretty sure it had to do with “genius” šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚ I just do poetry…and cooking.

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  2. Doodling can help keep our brains stay engaged while we are listening, especially during times of drawn out meetings or classroom lectures. I didn’t mind if my students doodled, unless they should have been annotating. Before I taught HS I worked in a law firm. The lawyer who founded the firm was always doodling while talking on the phone with clients. I can’t tell you how many of his notes and documents I organized and filed that were covered with doodles – strange alien creatures were his favorite. It makes me laugh to think how many of those papers went to court with him. šŸ˜œ

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    • Haha! That is funny… yeah I would identify myself mostly as a kinetic learner and I definitely think doodling helps me retain information while I listen or learn. If I am not taking notes in a teleconference or seminar, I wasted my time.

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  3. I have to admit that I don’t doodle much anymore. The advent of the personal computer and phones generally leaves me not using a pen or pencil at all! Not that I was much of a doodler before but when I did it was usually to pass the time while being on hold on the phone with clients or colleagues. My creativity now is typing a few good words. šŸ™‚

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