How to Doodle Opposite
If someone asked you to visualize OPPOSITE, what would you draw? I think the idea of OPPOSITES can be summed up within the first step of this doodle. Simply, drawing two arrows pointing in opposite directions helps us to get this idea across. But let’s add another element to this.
Draw four small oval shapes alongside each of the arrows. Then within the oval shapes, draw a dot. These ovals will become the wheels of two cars that we are going to draw in the next step.
Use a combination of arc shapes and straight lines to draw the body of the two cars. Notice in the example how the cars are angled. This, of course, adds a layer of complexity to the doodle. But it’s good practice to draw various objects using different angles and positions.
Add some more details to your two cars by drawing the exhaust. Also, use a line to split the windows in half. One half will be for the front driver, and the other half will be for the passengers sitting in the back seat. Oh, and don’t forget to use a cloud shape to show the smoke coming out of the exhaust.
Finish off your OPPOSITE doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is one of many representations of the word OPPOSITE. How many other ways can you think of to visually represent this word?