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Famous Artist Abbie Rose Nicholls

“I’M DOING A BAD DRAWING SAID THE LITTLE GIRL, ARE YOU ENJOYING IT? ASKED THE MOLE, YES REPLIED THE LITTLE GIRL, THEN ITS A GOOD DRAWING”

Whether it’s on your wall or on a piece of clothing, my idea is to brighten up your day through my intricate doodles and designs.

Hello, have you ever wondered how you can add a smile and a little bit of pastel colour to life? Well welcome to my first blog where I will be talking all about the meaning behind my doodledesigns.

My aim with the designs I produce is to add a smile and a little pastel to everyday life. I love how every one of my doodles is unique and the contrast I create between my monochrome pieces and the ones full of pastel is always so different. My black and white work highlights the finer detail I put in to every piece, and the soft colours I use creates a calm and relaxed state of mind, making my art eye catching and interesting to many audiences.

Nature is the biggest inspiration for my doodles. Most of my designs are inspired from plants and animals in the outside world. By incorporating these ideas with my doodle style, it adds a personal touch and makes my patterns stand out from the rest.

I hardly ever draw my doodles out with pencil as although I make mistakes with pen, I embrace them and use them to piece together my designs. I can’t plan for the mistakes I will create but that’s where my most beautiful art is found.

I feel happy and content whilst creating my designs and I love sharing them with the world. My hard work is always worth it, but even more so when my clients love the designs I create.

My best doodles are made once the black ink hits the paper. Do you like the monochrome or pastel doodles? I love both.

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