My first “doodle” with Roy reminds me of why I chose photography as I CANNOT draw! However, there is something highly therapeutic about “doodling “. When Roy told me about doodling I couldn’t really picture it. When I saw his doodles, I was impressed and bemused but when I attended his doodle workshop organised by The Sussex Artists Club (formerly known as the Brighton Artshole) at the Blue Man Pub, I was taken by the turn out and the crowds enthusiasm to have a go.
Roy’s story of how he got into doodling is not to be missed and although some say it’s “absent minded scribbling” (Oxford dictionary), I think it carries more meaning than one would expect and could contribute highly to art therapy and team building…
Here are some of the images I took and the doodles I saw. Do go to one of Roy’s workshops and let him take you on a doodle safari- you will not regret it! Besides his doodle career Roy is a marvellous director/film maker.
Roy’s web: http://www.royzoner.com