Here's what happened in the book last week:
The 23rd's section came equipped with the 3 upside-down U shapes (what became the first 3 toes). They just looked like toes to me so I went with it.
And since my brain is incapable of hearing a word, like "toe" or "foot" without coughing up song lyrics, I HAD to do my brain's bidding and see those lyrical muses through to fruition. (Oh, and in case you don't know, the Foot song is by Zappa; the toe song is by the Beatles.)
As you may be able to see from the last photo, this date's prompts were splotches of color. Since I've already done human heads in the past, this time I opted for animals and flowers. Everybody gets a turn! And everybody gets a nickname! (I guess that since I call dogs "doggers" it makes sense that a pig became a "pigger" and the frog became a "frogger". Please tell me this makes sense. PLEASE. I'm desperate here.)
The day's prompt of "Flying high" along with the provided cloud doodles lead me to a not-incredibly-creative response of a plane. I'll admit it. But sometimes you just want to respond to something simply, and not choke on clever concerts. Anywho: here's where the clever concept came in, as well as The Radio Station That Plays Inside My Head™ -- I teamed up the sweet, uncreative airplane with Ozzy lyrics! Hunh, hunh??? Pretty OUT THERE, eh?
I drew the sun in just that spot to go along with the lyric that was coming at that cloud, "... waiting for the sun to appear"... and there it was! Nice when the sun plays along like that!
The 26th's prompt of "Little houses" once again tripped my Lyrical Brain's wire and the song "Little Boxes" popped into my cabeza. I drew some real ordinary houses (like the kind you draw when you're a kid) and colored them in with the colors as they occur in the lyrics. The background and ground provided for this day's prompt were real yummy and dictated the whole pastel-y look to the 2-page spread.
It seemed a natural for the little houses on the hillside (above) to contain the bears for this day's prompt. As you'll see, I kept the color order the same -- Papa Bear got the green items to go in his green house, Mama Bear got all the pink things, and JR (stands for "Just Right") got all the blue. The yellow is seen by the fleeing Goldilocks' hair. She'll live in the yellow house. (There goes the neighborhood.)
And there's the entire spread! Looks purty I think!
That's it for this installment of the Year of the Doodle -- until next time: Happy Doodling!