As you know, I love doodling, so I thought today we might doodle more and create something fun with it.
We will learn how to doodle something food-themed and create a coloring page with them. Oh, and there will be a twist – these will be kawaii doodles!
Doodling is a fun way to spend time, relax, and brush up on your creativity.
For me, it’s probably my favorite way to unwind and just have a little moment for myself. Doodling is almost like meditation and it really helps me to just give my brain a break.
After a little doodling session, I always end up feeling refreshed and often with some fun ideas and solutions in my head.
In case you are new to doodling, be sure to check my post Beginner’s Guide To Bullet Journal Doodles.
Ok, let’s get into it!
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Having good and comfortable pens is always a great help and here are some things I used for this project.
I love using a notebook for my doodles, to see the progress and maybe even use it as inspiration for my Bullet Journal themes.
So I’m using a square journal by Archer and Olive. The paper is amazing and the square shape is just so perfect!
If you decide to buy anything from Archer and Olive – be sure to use code MASHA10 for 10% off your order.
For more pens recommendations, you can check my post 7 Best Pens For Doodling, Sketching, and Drawing.
Step By Step Doodles
Before we get into the project, I wanted to share some step-by-step doodle tutorials.
Note how all the doodles here start from a basic shape, and then I just add more detail and shape to them to make them look like I want.
Since these are kawaii doodles, I added some cute faces to them. It’s a great little tip to enhance your doodles.
First of all – pick what kind of doodles you want on your page. Since this coloring page is full of food doodles, you can start by using some of the tutorials above.
While creating this coloring page, start by outlining the basic shapes for each doodle, then add more details, and finally – use the pen to create a permanent outline.
The next step is to add details, including kawaii faces. Love this little trick!
Another trick I used for this coloring page is a thicker pen for outlining the doodles.
I usually outline each doodle separately, but I thought since this is a cluster of doodles I’d just outline them all together.
I also decided to color the rest of the page in black. I kind of like the contrast between the white doodles and the black background.
Ok so this is a coloring page, so we should color it and here is the result of my coloring.
I used lots of Tombow Dual Brush Pens from my collection, and I’m honestly not sure about this.
I think black and white looks better, to be honest, but let me know in the comments what you think.
Doodle With Me
If you want to see me creating this coloring page – just check the video below.
The hardest part was probably coloring all the background in black, but it was totally worth it.
I’m looking forward to seeing you create this coloring page!
Be sure to tag me on Instagram and have fun with your doodling.
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