aquarela+doodles: the thicker the watercolor + the less water you use, the better. make simple shapes (circles, squares, rectangles, etc). once dry, make doodles and drawings outlining the shapes with black pen. use white pen for details (balls, hearts, circles, etc). you can use this as a doodle by itself orrr turn it into a background for a scrapbook pg or art jounral (see: http://maisarmendonca.blogspot.com/2011/06/aquarela-faca-seu-proprio-papel.html)
Pinner said..The creator of this chart is the artist Cate Edwards. As Anna Funder (author of 'All that i am) says. Finding your creativity is like approaching a cat in a room, you have to let the cat come to you. The main thing is that you have to be in the room.
I tend to work in a variety of different ways- Sometimes I start by drawing or doodling in pen. I then go back into my drawings and fill things in with color- kind of like a coloring book. This is where the magic happens! Color brings everything to life. In my opinion this process lends itself to doodles and drawing things that have more details.