For those of you who haven’t known me for a long time probably don’t know my hidden talent of child like doodles. These doodles have been around since I was pretty young and over the years have brought laughter and joy to my closest of friends.
Not to toot my own horn, but my doodles have been featured on TWO different t-shirts back at Cloverleaf High School in good ol’ Lodi, Ohio. Yup, I’m a pretty big deal. Haha, no but seriously there’s something about crappy looking kid art made by a teenager and adult that people liked. It’s so bad, it’s funny.
Lately I’ve been desiring to find a fun way to relive our daily lives in my own fun way and thought it would be a great way to remember and relive our journey together through some hilariously silly doodles. This part of the journey began in Seoul, Korea so it is only fitting it is the first post. Here’s an idea of what to expect from each country.Doodling is my own version of meditative adult coloring books. I find it relaxing and sometimes I find myself laughing while doing it because of my disproportional figures and characters I am drawing. I’m having a whale of a time and now that I have a collection starting I thought we could share with you some of my daily doodles from our last weeks in Korea!
GRAND SEOUL PARK
The doodle below is from the time we went to Grand Seoul Park and took some glamour shots and had a whale of a time.
The time that little S#*! said I had poop colored hair!Like seriously who the hell says that to their teacher?
The Time Megan was Megan Monroe @ Gyeongbokgung Palace
A Day in the Life of Travel Bloggers in KoreaSo here’s to a new beginning for the blog. After every country we visit you can be sure that there will be a recap of doodles added to the blog. I’m excited about the doodle a day and hope some of you enjoy them as much as I do making them.
We hope you enjoy the rest of the photos below, be sure to click on them to see the full screen version and get a fun glimpse into our everyday lives through some doodles.[justified_image_grid preset=c2 mobile_preset=1 row_height=400 height_deviation=10 mobile_row_height=150 mobile_height_dev=2 max_rows=0 gallery ids=”16403,16410,16408,16404,16406,16405,16413,16415,16407,16412,16400,16402,16411,16399,16398,16409,16401,16414″]
Enjoy! Let me know your favorite in the comments below! I’d love to have some feedback on my kid art.
Do you have any meditative or creative boosting hobbies? If so, I’d love to hear about them! Share in the comments below!