Flower Beds

Hello to all on a late Saturday evening!

Flower Beds

Over dinner earlier, Dad and I were chatting about “doodle rendering techniques,” and how, while they are all fun for me to do—whether ballpoint pen, colored pencil, marker—some are more difficult to scan and/or reproduce than others. Just for fun I decided to take a stab at digitally rendering what was Dad’s hand drawn breakfast table doodle this morning, since a digitally-drawn line drawing reproduces best of all.

Meanwhile, the idea for this doodle came from a sudden drop in temperature last night. Miss Mouse got up in the middle of the night for a glass of water, and thought of all her friends, shivering out in the cold. So she invited them all inside for a slumber party. Everyone woke up warm and toasty and happy this morning, thanks to her thoughtfulness.

Sweet dreams, everyone!

About Jean Tuttle

Jean Tuttle is a Chicago-area illustrator, designer, and doodler.
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2 Responses to Flower Beds

  1. Kathleen Gooding says:

    Fifi ‘s people today found that the Catnip outside was already 12 inches tall and bushy and green and fragrant, well ahead of other herbs in random pots. Lucky Day, Lucky Cat!

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