How to Doodle Indecision
If someone asked you to visualize INDECISION, what would you draw? Let’s take a look at goofy doodle that we could use for this purpose. To begin your doodle, draw an oval in the middle of your page.
On this oval shape, we will draw eyes and a mouth, thereby, turning it into a doodle head. Use two smaller oval shapes for the eyes. Also, include two arc shapes for the eyeballs. Then use a squiggly line for the mouth. With this facial expression, we are trying to get across that this cartoon character is a little confused.
To highlight that there is INDECISION here, draw two arrows pointing in opposite directions on either side of the head. One arrow is pointing right and the other arrow is pointing left. Use straight lines to draw the arrows.
To further highlight that there is INDECISION here, let’s draw the top part of the question-mark above the head. Our head, subsequently, becomes the dot on our question-mark.
Finish your INDECISION doodle off by giving it some color. And there you have it. This is our visual interpretation of what it feels like to be indecisive. But this is, of course, just one way to visualize indecision. How many other ways can you think of?