Submarine Scenarios Have Connections to the 1970s
Before There were Yellow Submarines, There was Seaweed
Some easy doodles create colourful chains of underwater weeds
My memories related to "serious doodling" go back to my days at the University of Western Ontario (beginning in 1968, and even earlier, to long high school classes. My attention wandered and the inside covers of my workbooks were decorated with this and that - none of it related to school assignments.
Easy doodles looked like maps, plant life of some kind, creatures from the lost lagoon and cartoon characters. Shakespeare or details related to world history didn't stand a chance.
Below are photos of this and that, some related to very moderne arte linked to ancient times at NDHS:
My first series of 20 line designs - like above - has come to an end... for now.
Visit 'moderne arte' parts 1- 4; link at bottom of this page
My first attempt at an ancient doodle immediately became seaweed
We all live in one, do we not?
In the month of June, 2021, I completed three underwater scenes with black ballpoint pen, a $2 box of 6 magic markers, and an assortment of pencil crayons"
More 'moderne arte', with links to the 1960s*, will soon follow.
For more 'Moderne' items please link to moderne arte: let's go back to the '70s (4)
*based on one example I share, saved from the back of my high school English class workbook.