Buy a doodle

So I have been uhmming and ahhing this month over whether or not I should start selling prints.  A few times in the past I have been asked by readers if I do prints and I have always resisted.  I was never sure it was really worth it for a few reasons.  I have so many finished original drawings that it seems silly to start selling prints.  Also I liked the idea of selling affordable originals that people would be in sole possession of.

However let’s be honest, not every drawing, every day is a winner.  They can’t all be when I’m posting 365 days a year.  Some are better than others, and I am often approached about drawings that have already gone, and while I am always happy to make replicas of my own work that kind of undermines the whole principle of a unique drawings.

So I’m changing my mind.  I have uploaded some of the most requested and some of my favourite drawings to deviantart here.  They will be sold in prints, postcards, magnets and sometimes even cups, depending on how well the image translates.  If you have a doodle you would like as a print, then let me know and I will be happy to upload it there.

I am also planning to design some specific images just for deviantart, so if you have an account make sure you watch me so you can get a notification when they are uploaded.

I have also set up a Ko-Fi page so if you like what I am doing here, and want to buy me a coffee then just head here.

I always want to make sure that my work is free and available to anyone who wants to see it and can find some wifi somewhere so any support or help you give me is always appreciated.

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Giveaway

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the Giveaway this weekend.  I will be announcing the results with the Q&A on Sunday.

If you wanted to still ask a question then I will be leaving the comments open until then.

Thanks again to everyone who took part, I can’t wait to announce the winner 🙂

I am also very happy to say I will be joined by the inestimable Paul Macauley for the Q&A.

Birthday Giveaway!

On Friday  Daily Doodle was 3 years old, which means that I have been posting a picture a day for the last 1,095 day.  To celebrate three years of doodling I made a thing.  To be more specific I made an art book.

If you have been with me for the last 3 years, you will know that one of the subjects my doodles keep coming back to are mountains.  Mountain Faces is dedicated to my love of mountains. For the last 4 years I have posted a drawing a day, everyday on my online blog. ‘Sitting like a mountain’ has become key to this practice. Mountain Faces is a short expression of this. It’s small, it’s short and it’s sweet. Proving that art doesn’t have to be worthy to be worth sharing.

To mark 3 years and the release of the book I will be giving away some prizes to followers.  I want to make a Q & A session and I would love to include questions from yourself below. All you have to do is follow the Daily Doodle blog and post a question to me below. You cold win a signed copy of Mountain Faces or one of the original drawings. Get your questions in by Midnight tonight (GMT) for a chance to win. You can pose more than one question, and if you do that be sure to leave one comment per question to make it easier when I do the blind picking.

As a sneak preview here’s a hill, that looks a bit like a bum.  How cheeky!

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Do you have a daily creative practice?  Then I would love to hear from you!  Comment below or tag me on Twitter or Instagram

Birthday Giveaway!

Today Daily Doodle is 3 years old, which means that I have been posting a picture a day for the last 1,095 day.  To celebrate three years of doodling I made a thing.  To be more specific I made an art book.

If you have been with me for the last 3 years, you will know that one of the subjects my doodles keep coming back to are mountains.  Mountain Faces is dedicated to my love of mountains. For the last 4 years I have posted a drawing a day, everyday on my online blog. ‘Sitting like a mountain’ has become key to this practice. Mountain Faces is a short expression of this. It’s small, it’s short and it’s sweet. Proving that art doesn’t have to be worthy to be worth sharing.

To mark 3 years and the release of the book I will be giving away some prizes to followers.  I want to make a Q & A session and I would love to include questions from yourself below. All you have to do is follow the Daily Doodle blog and post a question to me below. You cold win a signed copy of Mountain Faces or one of the original drawings. Get your questions in by Midnight on Sunday (GMT) for a chance to win. You can pose more than one question, and if you do that be sure to leave one comment per question to make it easier when I do the blind picking.

As a sneak preview here’s a hill, that looks a bit like a bum.  How cheeky!

Scan 38.jpeg

Do you have a daily creative practice?  Then I would love to hear from you!  Comment below or tag me on Twitter or Instagram