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.
Peggy Dean is a wonderful illustrator, and I love her books, so I definitely had to include is here.
This one has 200 doodling tutorials for flowers, leaves, and cacti doodles. It's a great way to start learning botanical doodles, which are the most popular ones among BuJo community, or at least it seems so to me.
Even though the title says it's a book for kids, I think it works for adults just as well. I found there a lot of tutorials I'd love to try myself. Plus, I really love her doodling style, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it as well.