I think there is more truth in my portrayal by doodle
Than in any picture.
I can be Superman
It’s not me I want to portray
It’s the idea of me.
And that is exactly what makes them so special. As it is said, “A picture is worth a thousand words,” and your doodles say it all.
Thank you MWAI ! 🙂
The idea of you seems to me to be special indeed.
Aw Russ, thank you! That sounds Seuss-ish. 🙂
I love your doodles. They are very expressive!
🙂 Thank you Marissa! 🙂
This is wonderful, Colleen! It reminds me of, “Why Is Me?” Great!
“Why Is Me?” ????
And THANK YOU! 🙂
Your so special Colleen! xx
Aw, thank you Lynz. I’m glad someone thinks so. 😉
oh yes!! xxx
Your doodles are brilliant. I love them. ❤
Thank you Paulette! 🙂
Well said Colleen.
Thank you Paul.
I agree with mewhoami, a picture paints a thousand words and all your little pictures speak volumes and portray what you are saying so vividly. Sometimes all we need is simplicity, and conveying an idea of you works perfectly. Isn’t it interesting, how everybody who sees your little pictures will form a different general idea of you from them? I wonder at that, sometimes. Happy drawing 🙂
Thank you OB 🙂 🙂
I do wonder, as well, about the different thoughts evoked from such little and simple expressions. And I greatly appreciate them! 🙂
Dream a big dream!
Thank you MW51, I enjoy doing that. 😉
your doodles are wonderful and they speak volumes. i always look forward to them )
Thank you Beth! 🙂 I sometimes worry I use them too much.
Not at all !
The way you draw captures the “essence” of many aspects of each subject you tackle: without words even. 🙂
Thank you Robin. I do like them. They help when I struggle with the words. 🙂
You are doing this so very well Colleen 😀
Thank you !!!! 😀
I happen to love your cape!
Awwwww, thank you Belinda! 🙂
You’re welcome, Colleen. 🙂 🙂
The ideas we have of ourselves are likewise a part of ourselves…I think? Either way, love your doodles. *smiles
Thank you Niaaeryn! 🙂
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