If you want to learn how to doodle, you’re in the right place! And Fall is the best time to get inspired and bring your doodling skills to the next level.
There is an abundance of natural elements that present themselves during autumn—warm colors, falling leaves, and so much more! These will not just be fun to doodle, but also serve as a creative and colorful way to decorate your Bullet Journal this season.
Read on to get some ideas, inspirations, and tutorials for beautiful Fall doodles.
These doodles are here from different creators, and even though sometimes they are of the same things, they all have different styles to them.
So, hopefully, they will also help inspire you to try different styles while you’re working on your own unique one.
And if you’re worried that you can’t doodle, be sure to check the free doodling course at the end of the post.
Best Doodling Tips
Before we dive into Fall doodles, I wanted to share with you a few simple tips to help you become a doodling master.
- Look for basic shapes. That’s the key to being able to doodle anything – divide each thing you want to doodle into basic shapes and then refine them to create a stunning drawing.
- Start with a pencil. This is the best trick to make sure your final doodles come out looking stunning. Do all the prep work in pencil before you use a permanent pen on it.
- Practice. The key to getting better is to practice, so don’t worry if your first batch of doodles doesn’t look perfect. Keep on practicing, and you’ll get better.
There is so much more about doodling to learn! Be sure to check the end of the post for more resources.
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Just one more thing before we dive into doodles! We need to talk about supplies you’ll need to start doodling.
So here are a few of my favorites:
- Pilot Dr. Grip Mechanical Pencil – since you’ll be spending a lot of time drawing with your pencil, you’ll want to have one with a comfortable grip. This pencil is probably the most comfortable I’ve ever tried.
- Sakura Foam Eraser – you’ll want a quality eraser that won’t leave any color behind; foam erasers like these are some of the best for that. Just always make sure you take some time before erasing so your pen doesn’t smudge.
- Faber Castell Pigment Pen – there are plenty of great fineliners on the market (Sakura Pigma Micron and Unipin are among my favorites), but at the moment, I’m doing all the doodles with this pen.
- Crayola Super Tips – in case you want to add some color to your doodles, I recommend using these. They are great; you can do brush lettering with them; they come in many colors and are pretty affordable.
Free Doodling Course
If you’re not sure yet sure about your doodling skills and want to work on that, I have something special for you.
Introducing my FREE course on doodling for beginners. This covers all you need to know to not just start doodling but also to level up your skills and become a complete master.
Simply sign up in the form below, and all the details will be on the way to your inbox.
Want to learn more about doodling and creating stunning Fall-themed pages? I’ve got you covered.
Read these next:
- Simple Fall Doodles For Your Bullet Journal
- 17 Mesmerizing Fall Bullet Journal Ideas
- 11 Doodling Tutorials For Beginners
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