Doodle-A-Day 6

SAD, not really, no. But illustrators need to work on facial expressions and postures that convey feelings, emotions.

And since I already had two words that begin with ‘s’. . . well, why not have a good cry.

To find out more on the doodlers, visit Alison’s post HERE.

tin-god.com

benlikesmovies.blogspot.com

ecominoes.com

unperson.com

fanpop.com

9bytz.com

AND a book suggestion: My Neighbor Is a Dog, by Isabel Minhós Martins and Madalena Matoso

The parent’s attitude made me sad, quite frankly! But it’s definitely a vibrant, well-designed book with quite the tale to tell!

Click here to read more at goodreads

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6 thoughts on “Doodle-A-Day 6

  1. Wow, that’s a good but tough prompt for Doodle Day! The “My Neighbor is a Dog” book is interesting-sounding. I just read the Goodreads summary and wondered if the authors are European because the plot has a bit of European sensibility to it (I don’t mean that in a bad way!). The art on the cover is also interesting. I need to see if my library has a copy. 🙂

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