11 Books On Doodling To Get Right Away

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If you want to learn how to doodle, the best way to do it is to follow a tutorial, and of course, one of the best ways to get a tutorial is from a book.

So here I gathered some doodling recommendations for you that I know you’ll love.

Doodling is not a gift given just to a few; anyone and everyone can doodle; all you need is just a little bit of help.

You can check my post Beginner’s Guide To Doodling if you need more detailed information to start doodling right away.

But the important part is for you to practice, and the best way to do it is to follow a tutorial. So here are some amazing ones I gathered for you.

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Best Doodling Supplies

You don’t need much to get started on doodling, but if you’re looking for some recommendations, here are my favorites:

  • A piece of paper to doodle on. For me, the best is to use a notebook or a notepad.
  • A pen and I’d recommend using fineliners. These are my favorites these days.
  • Colored markers. But only if you want to add color to your doodles. The list of these is endless, but my favorite are these highlighters, and I almost exclusively use them for all my doodles. I also always recommend these Crayola markers, because they come in so many colors and are super affordable.

If you need some more ideas, you can check my post with The Best Pens For Doodling.

With that out of the way, let’s get into doodling books.

Books On Doodling

There are so many books out there, and I always have that desire to buy them all. Every book is written by a different creator, so even if the doodles are the same, they always look different.

Getting different books will help you now to just start doodling, but also to figure out what elements and styles you like in your own doodles.

Do you have any favorite doodling books you’d like for me to include in this list?

Let me know in the comments!

And if you just want to practice, you can always simply check some doodling prompts and see how you can put them on paper.

For more recommendations, I recommend you check my post 11 Doodling Books For Adults.

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