If you are ready to finally learn how to doodle anything, to make your bullet journal look amazing, you are in the right place! This video tutorial and printable practice sheets are provided so that you can take away the skills required to doodle whatever your heart desires.
Are you a beginner when it comes to doodling and bullet journaling?
Top Tips To Make The Process Easier: When it comes to getting started, I highly recommend that you use a 0.3-0.5 mechanical pencil (no sharpening required) and an eraser. I recommend that you use 0.3 to 0.5 sized nibs in the pencil to keep it light and be gentle when drawing. When you are ready, you can lightly erase what you’ve drawn and retrace using Fineliners like these.
Don’t use a sharpie pen as they bleed through the majority of bullet journal papers that I have tried.
How To Doodle The Easiest Way Possible
Want to cheat? This AMAZING tracing tool from Amazon means that you don’t really even need these tutorials ever again! You can just trace an image from your phone or tablet! If you’re in the UK, you can find one of those tracing tools right here.
Watch The Video And Learn How To Doodle Easily:
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Knowing how to doodle anything is easy when you can break it down into simple shapes. In the same way that all easy drawing tutorials ALL start with basic shapes, but end up becoming a lot more detailed.
Join your basic shapes together to draw books, flowers, penguins, or even people. If you aren’t confident in how to draw the animals or flowers check out these posts:
- 22 Super Simple Doodle Tutorials For Beginners
- 21 Surprisingly Simple Doodle Tutorials For Beginners
- 21 Bullet Journal Header Ideas To Swipe
- 10 Lettering Classes To Take To Make Your Bujo Look Amazing
- 20 Excellent Hand Lettering Resources For Beginners
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