How to Doodle Logic
If someone asked you to visualize LOGIC, what would you draw? This is a tough one. But let’s give it a go. To begin with, draw three squares in the middle of your page. Then within each square, draw a smaller square.
Within the first square, draw an X. Within the second square, draw a Y. And within the third square, draw a question mark. Then add a “plus” sign between the first and second square, and an equals sign between the second and third square. This will become our formula for LOGIC.
To make this doodle more logical, let’s draw a brain in the background. Use a cloud shape to doodle your brain. Notice how the brain stem looks kind of like a high heeled shoe. 🙂
Let’s now add some more details to your brain using arc shapes and straight lines. The straight lines on the top left of the brain signify that the brain is actively thinking about something. In this case, it’s thinking about the formula.
To finish off your LOGIC doodle, give it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of LOGIC. But I’m sure that there are other ways we could visualize LOGIC. What comes to mind?