Day 21 is doodling Dreamcatcher and I got a bit carried away with the whole Miyazaki vibe again.
Day 20 catch up is Dream it. Do it. I’m sticking to the dreaming stage at the moment as i guess washing down a mural in the cold inevitably leads to said cold. Hello duvet, I’ll do the dragon thing tomorrow.
Here’s another out of sync catch up with Day 18. I Can and Will. Apparently Olympic athletes use these kind of mantras, so telling yourself positive things obviously works.
So, in an effort to catch up a bit on the challenge I’m combining doodle days 17.Triangles and 19.Antlers in a sketch from Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke. Or thinly disguised fan art, in other words.
Day 16 is lettering Take Heart, which makes me feel a bit Shakespearey so here goes: “Good sirs, take heart; we’ll bury him: and then, what’s brave, what’s noble, Let’s do it after the high Roman fashion, and make death proud to take us.”
Day 15, yes I’m that far behind, is doodling Winter. This is an Ito Shinsui copy, finished off rather inelegantly using Tipp-Ex.
Day 14 is supposed to be lettering Shake it Off, but somehow I’ve expanded a bit. I think I went a little too much with the flow. I was thinking “water off a ducks back” could just as easily be “water off a dogs back”. And funny all the different things you can do with shake and various prepositions: shake up, shake down, shake off, shake out. I’m sure I’ve missed some.
Day 13 is doodling Buffalo Plaid, which made me think of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. He kind of looks like a giant hipster, I guess.
Day 12 is lettering Take Chances. It’s pretty much what I did with this just inking it straight off in about 10 minutes. Amazing what your brain tells you to do when you’re a night owl who got up at 6.30 am.