Did you try yesterday’s notebook doodle? It was the very first in our travel project. Today is the second, No. 13, and I have a very cool stamp doodle for you!
You’ll need a pencil too for our stamp doodle!
- Draw a pencilled rectangle with a smaller black pen rectangle inside.
- Using your pencil, sketch three dips of equal size on each side of the stamp. They shouldn’t touch each other or the edge of the smaller rectangle.
- Once you have done this, neaten up the outline by going over it in pen. Your stamp should now have a bumpy edge. If it doesn’t, look at the picture above to check you’ve got it right.
- Next, we can fill in the stamp with some decoration. I like to do an outdoor scene, but it doesn’t matter really. Draw a curvy line that goes from left to right. This is the main structure of the mountain.
- Add a sun in the left-hand corner, making sure only some of it is poking out.
- The last step is to draw in details: the mountain needs a wiggly line to make it snow-capped and the sun some short lines for sun rays. We also have to add a symbol in the top right-hand corner – I use the euro symbol but you can change it if you like, to a £ or a $.
- The outside of the stamp doesn’t need to be coloured in, but for the scene inside I used pale green, sunny yellow and sky blue.
Why not… draw a different scene to decorate the stamp? It doesn’t have to be a mountain. You could even have a go at drawing your bedroom!
Don’t forget to add this doodle to your page of travel drawings!