12 + 12, 12 x 12’s-“Stickman”-The Doodle

21 Stick Man Doodle

Project: 12 + 12, 12 x 12’s #6 by Craig L Haupt

Title-“Stick Man”  First sequenced post.

 

Posted is ‘The Doodle’, from Sketch Book Six, February 2013. This selection is from the +12 portion of the project-Doodles selected by friends/artists. This one was selected by Pat. She chose the circled ‘doodle’ number One-showing two figures. In contemplating what design would develop from these ‘two guys’ the most important question was: Do I use just these two figures or can I add additional figures to them. While looking at these characters, I happened to notice the ‘doodle’ in circle number Two. I had always had an interest in this face but felt it was best suited for a “Thumbnail Sketch” drawing. So another question was, could I somehow work the ‘face’ into this design. .

How I resolved combining the two is on next Monday’s ‘Worksheet’ post as well as why this painting is named “Stickman”.

 

The project will be posted in the following sequence, 1st Monday-the sketch/doodle or related source from whence the painting has originated.

The second Monday-the 12”x12” pencil worksheet showing the intended painting.

The third Monday-a progress post of the painting.

The fourth Monday-the finished painting.

Then repeat.

 

Art notes:

All images are copyright Craig L Haupt

Postings are made to:

FaceBook: Craig L Haupt

WordPress Blog: http://www.craiglhaupt.com

 

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3 thoughts on “12 + 12, 12 x 12’s-“Stickman”-The Doodle

  1. I can’t imagine how these two doodles will end up being “Stickman”. It will be a real surprise to see what you do with this one !

  2. Thanks for commenting Sherry, these two doodles don’t form the ‘stickman’. There is a third ‘doodle’, at least I think there is, that cropped up in my head. I can’t find it in my sketchbooks, so I don’t know if it’s real or not but something about this extra ‘doodle’ seemed to want to be in this painting so I named it after ‘him’. This reply is pretty much what I will write again when I post the Worksheet, so don’t tell anybody.

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