October 28, 2010

One Meal-lion Doodles


You heard right!!! That’s One Million Doodles.  The “meal-lion” is suppose to be a take on an Austin Powers movie where Dr. Evil puts his pinky in his mouth and wants to be paid ONE MEAL-LION dollars to not blow up the world.   That movie has some funny classic lines.

Sue over at Sue Doodles posted about this doodle challenge a few days ago, and I thought I’d give it a try.  I’m a more structured doodler so I wasn’t sure how I’d approach this. 


Here are the guidelines for the World Doodle Challenge.

The task is easy
1. You don’t need to be able to draw well. A doodle is meant to be whatever comes to mind.
2. You can doodle on anything, a blank piece of paper, a napkin, a post-it, a lined page, a note book anything at all.
3. Your doodle can be any size, the ideal size would be 5 x8 inches or what ever you like.
4. You can use one color or many and the doodle can be done while you are in a meeting, on the phone, watching television, on the train…. anywhere you like
5. The doodle can be of anything, what ever pops into your head. just pick up a pen and draw.
6. The important thing is you must date stamp your doodle and list which City and Country you are in.
7. If you are travelling you can submit doodles from multiple cities.
8. Scan your doodle or take a photo and e-mail it to me : warren@tjomiesvintagestationery.com
9. I will begin to post the world doodles as I start receiving them (I anticipate it will take a while to kick off, with the first few trickling in)
10.  Your doodles will eventually wind up in a world book, and will be used to support charities.


Had a bit of time to kill the other day as 10 inspectors walked into our lab to inspect our policies and procedures.  I had to be at their beck and call as they asked questions and reviewed logs.  Having given up my desk to a couple of inspectors, I didn’t know what to do with my hands…….so, I doodled on a scrap piece of paper.   I don’t know if my doodle really counts as a doodle, because there are a lot of free-association words written down.  Ah, well!

It’ll be interesting to see how long it takes Warren at The Doodle Daily to reach his millionth submission.  I did my part, I hope YOU can too.


Darnita said...

I love your doodle. I submitted two pieces. Can you imagine one million doodles in one place? This is going to be phenomenal.

Doodle Daily said...

Wow, thank you so much for this awesome write up and plug for the challenge. It's folk like you that help make a task like this a success. I will put a link up to your site on The Doodle Daily and send in more doodles.... anything you like that you would consider to be "doodled" is acceptable. I just posted Darnita's doodles too.

This is going to be fun.
as you say ... "Get your Doodle on!"

Janet said...

I just saw this on Darnita's blog! Looks like a fun project. Since I doodle all the time this should be no problem. I'm in!!

Cyndi L said...

What a fun thing to get in on! Thanks so much for the info...I *love* your doodles, btw :-)

gypsy said...

Eden, Your stream-of-conscious words regarding the audit was fun, it was unique, it was your working world!

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