Tiny Doodle for Tiny Moleskine

The next part of my doodle journey is drawing in a cute mini-Moleskine sketchbook. I’ve seen so many awesome designs on Pintrest, I had to get one of my own to try it out. I also got two very tiny pens, and even broke out some of MrE’s Rapidograph drafting pens (which I still have yet to learn how to use. I guess they are like super precise fountain pens and they have to be cleaned and refilled with ink.)

My first doodle in the sketch book is pretty normal/typical. Some flowers and some swirls. I didn’t plan it out very well, so I also added some of my new colors to make the features pop.

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All in all, I think I’m going to enjoy carrying around the small sketchbook, and maybe even doing some plein air sketching. In a future photo, I might put something next to the book to show scale. The book itself is about a centimeter shorter  and about the same width as my hand.

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3 thoughts on “Tiny Doodle for Tiny Moleskine

    • Thanks for the complement, and there are so many things I’ve thought of trying to do, but I really have no idea where to begin! I have an account on Zazzle, but I haven’t uploaded anything since all my drawings are on paper, and I don’t have a great way to photograph them.

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      • You could start by promoting your art via YouTube and upload a video asking for someone to create graphic design for you with Adobe Illustrator. Then once you have the design send it to a company or find a website you can put numerous photos on to clothing. Tbere are many way, you just need to brainstorm. Good luck! Please check out my blog if you have a chance.

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