Loopydoodles By Ms. J

What should the loops of  your doodle say?

Things to consider

~ Who, What, Where ~

> Consider who it is for,  along with their personal style (what they're into).  Also, where would it be displayed? Home, office, etc..

~ Subject Matter ~

> This sets the overall theme and is what links together the illustrations inside of the individual loops.

> Has a direct impact on the overall size and the possible number of loops

~ Style & Overall Tone 

> Serious or humorous 

   * Serious - Very straightforward illustrations of the subject matter. Especially good for important events and when depicting particular businesses, careers or events.

   * Humorous - illustrations have more of a "cartoon" look, along with humorous details mixed in.

> Color or black & white

   * Dependant not only on your personal preference, but also the subject matter. Some things just look better as one or the other.

       ~ Color; Watercolor painting detailed with black ink. 

            *Best if particular colors are wanted or needed

       ~ Black & white; Traditional "pen&ink" style of using various size pen tips to make dots, lines, cross-hatching, etc., to create the images. 

            *Produces a more detailed, formal look. 

            *Perfect if there are to be several small items in the illustration

> Free-flow line (The line that loops around for the individual illustrations)

   * Plain line of black or particular color(s)

   * Words - Free-flow line would actually consist of two lines, following the same path, spaced far enough apart to place words in between them. 

   * Things - Free-flow line would be comprised of articles such as chain, barbed wire, rope, wires, cords, etc..