Tuesday, February 28, 2012

the evolution of a doodle

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doodle from Alisa Burke on Vimeo.
song- bistro fada by stephane wrembel trio

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41 comments:

  1. i love watching you make that. awesome. beautiful. pretty. happy...

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  2. So pretty! I love doodling! :)

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  3. Why are you so good! Haha. I would need a pencil, heavy duty eraser..and someone to water color for me if I was to attempt what you do.

    Do you ever find yourself scrapping a sketch or do you work "mistakes" into the final piece?

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  4. Great! Very inspiring. :)

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  5. That was brilliant. You are so inspiring - I'm off to doodle!!! I have just bought some watercolours for the first time so will practice with just the one colour and see how I get on.
    Thank you.

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  6. Anonymous4:55 AM

    So Beautiful!!!
    It´s so great watch the begin and the end of a doodler.
    The color it´s very girlie.
    Thank.Alexandra

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  7. It's good to see this information in your post, i was looking the same but there was not any proper resource.

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  8. You make it look so effortless! Beautiful, love the use of just a single color!

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  9. Beautiful again.Interesting in one colour.

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  10. thank you for posting these. i really enjoy watching your process and i learn something each time!!!!

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  11. That. was. awesome. If you were to use an additional color, would you wait for the first color to dry first?

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  12. Wonderful floral designs! Do you print your designs onto fabric? I would love something like this for sewing a skirt or dress:)

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  13. Anonymous7:59 AM

    super-cute,,sometime I forget how doodling activates our creativity..thanks for sharing!

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  14. Masterful! Shared with my Facebook Doodle A Day group, which you're certainly invited to join. :)

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  15. You never fail to inspire me and make my fingers itchy to grab a pen, some paper and watercolors and go on a journey. Thank you for sharing! I am a huge fan.

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  16. delicious. have become addicted to watching your videos.

    thanks for sharing!!!

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  17. gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. That is beautiful!!! You make it look so easy! : )
    xo

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  19. Awesome idea for a post! Thanks for sharing.

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  20. These are just gorgeous Alisa - I could spend hours watching your videos and get no work done lol

    I am so enjoying your Create Daily Online Course - like Jessica Snellings said up above, I could be drawing flowers for the rest of my life and they'll never turn out like yours - but I'm having so much fun practicing. The trick now will be to actually get on with some of my own work lol

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  21. I may or may not have just been sitting here watching this in the University Library...

    I love watching your creativity. This may have finally inspired me to go ahead and do some of my own doodles.

    Is that just a water filled 'brush/pen' that you use?

    I also love the fact that this is all made with just a black pen and one colour...

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  22. you make it look so easy!!! I love your music selection, very "jazz manouche"...

    thank you once again for your insight and sharing!!!

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  23. I found your blog through Pinterest and I am now following it. I love your sketches, keep it up.
    hollyherick.com

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  24. Fabulous video! as others said could watch you do that all day :)

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  25. Okay, that freaking rocks! Love it :)

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  26. I can watch that stuff all day.

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  27. What is the "brush" you are using? It looks like the handle could be filled with something...or is that just the way I am looking at it? But even still, the brush different from the brushes I use for any of my acrylic paintings. Longer bristles....I would like to know if it is special for the water colors?

    BEAUTIFUL and inspiring!!!

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  28. tnx for showing us that... i love it...

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  29. tammie6:45 AM

    That was awesome!!!
    What kind of watercolors do you use?

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  30. Ashley6:04 PM

    That was awesome, thanks for sharing your creative process :)

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  31. Thank you for sharing this article. I love it. Keep on writing this type of great stuff.

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  32. Jane Dickinson, CZT8:34 AM

    I agree with everyone: gorgeous, inspiring, great music and keep it coming! AND here's some on THE PROS AND CONS OF "DOODLE"
    Sunni Brown at the TEDtalks makes a fantastic presentation on the "for" http://blog.ted.com/2011/09/23/doodlers-unite-sunni-brown-on-ted-com/
    though I think she (and we all) may be walking up a steep hill in educating the wider world. In the "against"
    Zentangle.com creators Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts http://zentangle.blogspot.com/
    opine that the word "doodle" is almost never used without some connotaion of minimizing the artistry or effort, and using it in a pejorative way, as in "that's *just* doodling". And, if you take a look on their blog there is no way that Zentangle can be dismissed...

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  33. once again another wonderful inspiration -- thank you -- you make everything look so easy -- will have to try one color -- have a happy week end :0)

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  34. I loved seeing your doodle come to life. Thanks for sharing the video with us. I am also curious about your brush. Can it be filled with water in the handle part?

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  35. enjoyed watching that thank you!

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  36. Wow! I love your doodles and that music! Great blog...Just getting started. Check mine out:)
    XOX Jill

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  37. That was fabulous fun!! Love the flower patterns and seeing it from start to finish!

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  38. Watching your video was like watching Joy Unfold!

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    Thank You

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