How to Doodle Greed
If someone asked you to visualize the idea of GREED or BEING GREEDY in a picture, what would you draw? This isn’t an easy one. Greed, however, is often associated with money. Therefore, let’s use that as the theme for our doodle. To begin with, draw two ovals side-by-side in the middle of your page. Then around these ovals, draw two larger ovals as shown within the example. These ovals will become the lenses of our glasses.
To draw the frame of your glasses, use straight lines. Notice in the example the length of each line and the angles used. Notice also where these lines intersect with the ovals we drew in step 1.
To doodle the face of our greedy character, use a couple of arc-shapes. Then for the teeth, use another arc shape in combination with several straight lines. For the tongue of our character, use a wavy shape that kind of looks like an “m”.
For the nose of our greedy character, use another arc-shape. Notice how this arc shape is quite deep and that the two ends of the shape almost come together at the top. Then to show that all our character is thinking about is money, let’s draw a couple of dollar symbols reflecting in his glasses.
Finish off your GREEDY doodle by giving it some color. This is, of course, just one way to doodle the idea of GREED. There are possibly many other ways you could also represent GREED. What ideas come to mind?