How to Doodle Hiding
If someone asked you to doodle HIDING, what would you draw? How about a cartoon character hiding behind a wall. To begin your doodle, draw a half oval shape as shown within the example. This oval shape will become the head of our cartoon character.
To draw the facial features of your cartoon character, use arc shapes for the eyes and nose. Then use several more arc shapes for the eyebrows and hair. Then add a couple of dots for the pupils of the eyes.
We want to show that our cartoon character is peering over a wall. We will, therefore, show him holding onto the wall with his fingers. To draw these fingers use elongated oval shapes doodled side by side. Doodle three on each side of the head.
Let’s now draw the top section of the wall. This is the section of the wall that our cartoon character is holding onto with their fingers. Use several straight lines to draw the wall. Notice how the wall extends right below the top visible section of the fingers, below the visible part of the head, and right under the nose.
Add the finishing touches to your hiding doodle by giving it some color. And there you have it. This is one way you can visualize the idea of HIDING from something in your visual notes. How many other ways can you think of to visualize the idea of hiding?