One of my favorite things about Fall is the FUN! Fun can mean different things for different people... but for me, it's cozy socks and a good book. For others, it could mean festivals and apple picking... while other people dedicate their Fall Sunday's to football!
OH MY GOURD! I love Fall! Also, did you know it is almost National Doodle Day? I always like to add a bit of loose watercolor to my doodles! I used the watercolor connector set as well as a Medium tip Pitt Artist Pen.
Hi everyone,Mou Saha here with a fun doodle page using a Pitt Artist Pens and Goldfaber Color Pencils. My youngest is 4 years old and she loves to go on nature walks with me. And much like me, she too likes to collect rocks, bugs, leaves, sticks that speak to her. As she geared up for pre-school this year, she wanted to take all her finds to school to show her friends. I really liked her collection and so I sketched and doodled with my Pitt Artist Pen to capture Jia’s Show n' Tell!
Hi there, creative souls! You didn't think we'd create a series of doodle tutorials for the Fall without touching on nature, now did you? Here, I've shown you 6 different Fall nature doodles and how to build them in just 4 simple steps!
It’s time to think outside the calendar! In this post, I will show you how to spruce up the typical calendar, while keeping it functional. These little cuties are easy to create and can be used on any page as a monthly reference.
It’s that time of year again, folks! Back to school! Here, I’ve shown you how to easily draw 5 different back to school doodles. Using Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens, it was a breeze drawing these cuties.