Doodling makes you more creative. 

Doodle Theory helps you get there. 

 

It starts with a shape I call a Squiggle.

 
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I gave this Squiggle to some family & friends and said
"Draw what you see!"

 
 My boyfriend Jim, 46 years old

 My boyfriend Jim, 46 years old

My sister Salli, 57 years old

My sister Salli, 57 years old

My mom Susan, 88 years old

My mom Susan, 88 years old

My friend's daughter Uma, 9 years old

My friend's daughter Uma, 9 years old

My friend's son Graham, 8 years old

My friend's son Graham, 8 years old

My friend Naomi, 35 years old

My friend Naomi, 35 years old

 

They all saw something different!

 

I gave them another Squiggle...

 
 

and said "Draw what you see!"

 
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They said "This is fun. Let's do it again!"

 

So, I gave them this Squiggle...

 
 

...and here's what they did.

 
 

They said "We want more!"

 

So, I created the Doodle Theory pad...


Available Now!

Every sheet within this 100-page pad features different squiggles, repeated multiple times. Stretch your creative muscles and doodle all the different things you see. Throughout the pad you’ll find prompts and words of encouragement to help inspire you. 

Doodling is a great way to expand your imagination. Use this pad while traveling, commuting, waiting in line, or just lounging around. Soon you’ll be drawing things you never dreamt possible. That’s what Doodle Theory is all about. 

Created by Nate Padavick
Published by Chronicle Books
100 sheets (containing 294 Squiggles!)
ISBN: 978-1-4521-5026-0
6.5" x 9.25"
$12.95

Doodle Theory is available online from Chronicle Books or Amazon and in most stores nationwide.

 

Give Doodle Theory a try at home and share with friends.

Drag these sample pages to your desktop, print them out and doodle something.

 
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Want more?!

I post a daily Squiggle on Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram.