Remember when we doodled on the back of our notebooks during a boring lecture? Just drawing patterns and shapes in our idle time is actually a widely known form of art called Doodling. It is fun and creative whether it’s doodling your own unique characters or objects. To learn more about doodling, Rooftop conducted an interactive doodling workshop with Mansi Sawant.
About The Artist
Mansi is a 19-year-old artist who works on doodling art. She loves to share her love for doodle with young minds. She works on both traditional and digital art. Doodling is her way to express her emotions through various patterns and colors.
The Doodling Workshop Began
Mansi had planned out the flow of the Doodling workshop in a very systematic manner. To begin with, she drew three squares or boxes in which she would demonstrate different patterns to be drawn. The first box began with the concept of dots. She ran through the whole square with unaligned dots and drew small rings between the spaces left. The next box was covered in horizontal crooked, curvy, and rhythmic lines. Finally, the last square had connecting petals, with uneven circles filling the empty spaces.
After learning these three kinds of explorations, she moved on to the final composition. She covered the square with essential four-petalled flowers and gave them an extra underlying petal. ‘Nature is random and not symmetrical, which is why the flowers should not be in any geometric shape’, said Mansi. She wanted the artwork to be random and unique yet adhere to the style of doodling. At last, she inserted the explorative patterns that she taught earlier onto the flowers and coloured the inner petals with balanced shades.
Towards The End Of The Doodling Workshop
Providing tips regarding filling in colours and creating abstract patterns, Mansi had an interactive art session. All the participants followed through and added their unique touch to the artwork. Mansi also shared some of her previous works that had a number of characters, words, and random objects doodled in them.
The attendees were from different parts of the country. They also belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. Rooftop as always was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!
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