11 Doodling Tutorials For Beginners

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If you want to learn how to doodle, the best way is to practice by following tutorials. In this blog post, I’ve gathered several easy-to-follow tutorials even a beginner can follow.

Whether you want an outlet for self-expression or just something exciting and engaging to pass the time with, these easy doodling tutorials for beginners are a great starting point.

Not only will they help ward off boredom, but they also give you the skills necessary to let loose and explore different designs and patterns on paper — with no real “rules” needed!

So if you want to bring out your inner artist, transform some blank pieces of paper, and relax while creating works of art all at once, here’s how.

And remember to scroll until the end to get some more doodling resources and a free course for beginners.

Doodling Tutorials For Beginners

Doodling is something everyone can do; you just need to train yourself to see doodles as a set of basic lines.

These tutorials will help you with that, and the more you doodle, the better you’ll become.

How To Doodle Iced Coffee

I don’t know about you, but I can’t pass a day without a cup of coffee. And I especially love iced coffee, maybe with a splash of vanilla.

Thankfully, iced coffee is pretty easy to doodle, and you can play around with the colors of the cap and the straw.

Water Cup Doodle

A cup of water s a fun doodle for your summer pages, and it’s a good way to decorate your water tracker as well.

How To Doodle Lipstick

Makeup is a fantastic idea for a Bullet Journal theme, and it’s fun to doodle.

Plus, you get to play so much with the color of the lipstick nd decorations of the package.

Popcorn Doodle

Popcorn makes me always think of a cozy time watching movies and having this feeling of childhood wonder.

It’s also a perfect doodle for all your TV and movie-related Bullet Journal pages.

How To Doodle A Piece Of Pie

Somehow when I think of a pie, I always this of Fall and probably thanksgiving.

But actually, pie works for any season and any occasion; I remember when I was in the USA, I had pie instead of cake for my birthday.

How To Draw Roses

Roses are some of the most popular flowers to buy and to doodle.

Thankfully, with this tutorial, you can easily start decorating your pages with cute roses in no time.

Cupcake Doodle

An easy dessert to doodle, and you can add so much variety with colors or decorations, like sprinkles or birthday candles.

How To Doodle A Houseplant

Houseplants are a fun way to add greenery and coziness to your Bullet Journal pages. Thankfully, they are also super easy to doodle; just follow this simple tutorial.

Stationery Doodle

Stationery is among my favorite things to doodle. Stationery is easy to doodle and will be perfect for many pages.

In this tutorial, we will draw a Crayola super tips marker.

Ice Cream Doodles

Ice cream is an excellent treat for any season, and there are so many interesting and fun ways to doodle ice cream.

And you can use pretty much any colo you want because there is such a great variety of different flavors.

How To Doodle Headphones

Headphones are an easy thing to doodle, and they make a perfect decoration for your music-related pages, like a monthly playlist.

If you start the doodle with a circle, you’ll be able to make the correct shape, which is something I used to struggle with a lot.

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Best Doodling Supplies

Of course, you can doodle with whatever supplies you have! But if you want something special for your doodling, here are my recommendations:

  • Fineliners. They are the best pens for doodling, and I recommend these.
  • Colorful pens. Sometimes you might want just to use colorful pens. I like these, even though they are more like markers.
  • Markers. Something else to add color! I definitely recommend these ones; they are affordable and come in so many colors.

These are what I call basics; you can check out my post Best Pens For Doodling if you want some more recommendations.

More Resources

I love doodling, and I want you to fall in love with it as well. That’s why I gathered a lot of resources on this blog to help you master this skill.

First, here are a few posts for beginners:

Now that this is out of the way, here are some more posts with tutorials:

If you want more, I’d say the best way to find tutorials is to get some doodling books. Here are y recommendations:

Free Doodling Course

Finally, here is the freebie I’ve created for you.

Doodling is a skill anyone can master, but as a beginner, it can be hard to find the right information and the easy way to get better.

I know because I was a complete beginner when I first started my journal in 2018. So I want to share with you the system I’ve developed that will help any beginner to masker doodling.

Once you sign up in the form below and confirm your subscription, you’ll get all the information to start doodling immediately.

Doodling is a great way to express yourself creatively and can even be used as a helpful tool to break through those mid-day work lulls.

Whatever your motivation may be, it just takes some patience and practice to build up the skill and develop a style that feels natural to you.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with different materials and styles – you never know what you might discover in the process!

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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!

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