How to Doodle Buying
How could we represent the act of “buying” something in a simple doodle? Well, there are quite a few ways we could do this. Let’s take a look at an example by drawing a thumb. Looks like an elongated c-shape connected to an arc shape.
Next, doodle a rectangle on your page. Notice how the rectangle is partially hidden behind the thumb shape we drew in step 1. Notice also the size of this rectangle in comparison to the thumb shape.
Let’s now give our thumb shape some context by drawing the rest of the hand and shirt collar. Use straight and curved lines for this purpose. See the example and follow along. Notice the curvature, length, and spacing of the lines.
Use oval shapes, circles, and straight lines to add some details to your money doodle. And don’t forget to draw in the nail on the thumb.
Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some needed color. You can also add three lines on the top right corner of your bill. This highlights that a transaction is taking place, indicating that someone is purchasing something. And that’s one way you can doodle “buying” in a simple way. How many other ways could you potentially doodle the idea of “buying” something?