How to Doodle Lesson
If someone asked you to visualize a LESSON, what would you draw? For this example, let’s draw a figure talking from a lencturn to an audience. First, use an elongated rectangle shape and a couple of vertical straight lines to draw your lencturn.
Use an oval shape and a couple of arc shapes to draw a figure behind the lencturn. Notice how it is not necessary to add to much detail. All we are trying to do here is to sell the idea of a LESSON. No complicated drawings are necessary.
To teach a lesson, we need an audience. To draw your audience, use oval shapes. You will notice in the example that I have drawn four oval shapes. These oval shapes will become the backs of heads of our audience.
To show that there is a large audience sitting in front of the speaker, draw several arc shapes above the oval shapes you drew in the previous step. Notice how we don’t have to add any details to these head shapes. They immediately give us the idea that there are more people standing in front of the lencturn.
Finish up your LESSON doodle by giving it some color. Notice, also how three lines have been drawn above the speaker’s head. This is to show that they are communicating with the audience. This is, of course, only one way to draw a LESSON. How many other examples can you think of?