Many bloggers have come across these popular doodles from the Do It Yourself Doodler project. The artist behind this amazing project is David Jablow who turned a 60’s vintage doodle pad into an incredible series of drawings now available for purchase (in digital print form).
Who ever said doodling reflected a lack of attention and only belonged at the back of a high school classroom? This project shows that doodling is an artform in itself.
“When artist David Jablow was given a vintage novelty doodle pad with the suggestive outline of a seemingly nude woman on her hands and knees with mouth and ass areas left blank and undrawn like a visual, incredibly pornographic Mad Libs, he drew what anyone would draw: a giant radioactive archeopteryx brandishing its terror-stricken human prey over the shrieking maws of its triple-headed baby. On another page from the same doodle-pad, a “Were-squirrel” chases down Mr. Peanut. Such scenarios are typical within the dazzlingly weird, dazzlingly effed-up “Do it yourself project” -Hal Parker (Philadelphia Weekly).”
He’s selling this awesome book over on his site. He’ll even personalise a copy for you. I want one with a sketch of my Jedi character! Or my vampire slayer… yes, I know. I’m such a nerd.