I've just started a month-long sketchbook challenge called TinkerSketch.
TinkerSketch is a daily sketchbook practice that invites you to experiment and play with ideas and materials in a low-stress, fun, and mind-stretching way.
It's really working to add a few minutes of doodling/drawing to my day. There are 28 inspiring prompts to draw for the month of February.
Yesterday was 'stripes'. I responded by drawing simple undulating lines in turquoise blue and purple, reminiscent of the sea (though I didn't plan that or know what it would be when I started!)
Today is 'mirror'. I went very literal and sketched an outline of the little hand mirror I keep in my desk tidy. It feels very 'through the looking glass'; like something from a fairytale.
It's not too late to join in and experience your own super-creative February. Seeing how others interpret each prompt is so interesting.
Meanwhile, check out my first watercolour doodle in decades, rapidly scribbled out before Christmas. Drawing is addictive!