Whimsical Flower Doodle

One of my favorite things to do is doodle! Unlike many forms of art that require special techniques and skills, doodling is all about having fun. There’s no need for perfection, doodles are just combinations of basic shapes and lines that anyone can create.

Since Spring is right around the corner, I wanted to share a whimsical flower doodle with you! As many of you know, I am part of the Tombow Creator Crew this year, so I have a special blog post over on the Tombow blog that teaches you all about it.

You’ll learn what my go-to pens are for doodling, as well as get a step-by-step tutorial for drawing this cute petaled flower. Then, I’ll show you three different ways to add color to your doodles using some of my favorite art supplies.

Head on over to the Tombow blog and check it out! Then, if you try this flower doodle, I’d love to see your version. Make sure to share your photos in the Amy Latta & Friends Facebook group, or to tag me on social @amylattacreations so we can inspire each other.

Doodling Tips

  • Don’t worry about perfection, just have fun!
  • Use a smooth sketch paper rather than something rough that will make your pen skip.
  • Inspiration is everywhere, including my book Doodle Everything and my new release, Doodle All the Animals!
  • Try doodling in pencil, so that you can erase overlapping lines. Then, go over your sketch with a monoline pen.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I learn how to doodle?

I may be biased (ok, I definitely am), but I highly recommend these books: Doodle Everything and Doodle All the Animals.

What pens should I use?

My favorite are the Tombow MONO Drawing Pens, which come in 8 different sizes. You can see all of my favorite doodling supplies in the post on the Tombow blog.

More Doodle Inspiration

If you love doodling like I do, or want to give it a try, here are some more posts you might enjoy.

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