“Come right here !” – Controlled scribbling – Video © Eric Bourdon

A 3 min creative scribbling experiment…

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Other videos of improvisational scribbling by Eric Bourdon on Vimeo !

 

“While coloring books for adults are something of a trend, there’s another artistic outlet that requires even less effort than colored pencils and markers. It may have more benefits, to boot.

Doodling — the spontaneous act of drawing, typically in the margins of whatever one is really supposed to be working on — is more than a humble distraction. While doodling gets a bad rap, it’s actually associated with better learning, creativity and performance. Here are five of doodling’s benefits :

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“Big Bird” – Sketch improv

Drawing without technique works ! Quick & easy ;-)

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Video of the February exhibition Fanny Leurent / Eric Bourdon (sculptures and paintings) at the studio-gallery Atelier A3 in Lille, by Manu Samyn !!


 

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“Saturnian rhinoceros” – Improv drawing

How to draw a Saturnian rhinoceros with no drawing technique…?

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“Mommy’s coming !” – Controlled scribble

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“Robin Hood” – Improvisational drawing

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“Leave your hat on”, or the art of doodling…

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This kind of drawing improvisation is based on “pareidolia” .

 

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** Draw without any drawing knowledge, in 5 min **

“Miss Doodle” came on the white board through improvisational drawing… The second video of my brand new podcast on Vimeo…!

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This kind of improv drawing is based on “pareidolia” .

 

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** Draw without learning how to draw, in 6 min **

A blue eyes guy that I’ve made appear through improvisational drawing. A simple example for the start of my brand new video podcast on Vimeo…!

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This kind of drawing improvisation is based on “pareidolia” .

 

Video © Eric Bourdon

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