How to Doodle a Presentation
How would you draw a presentation? Is there an easy way to represent this? Well, there might be. Let’s begin by doodling the easel. Use straight lines to draw a rectangle in the middle of your page. Then doodle the legs using three additional straight lines.
To draw the person presenting, doodle an oval shape that will represent the head of our presenter. Then for the body, doodle a couple of slightly curved lines. Then join them together using a straight line.
To doodle the arms and legs, use a combination of straight and curved lines. Notice the angles of these lines and the positioning of the hands and feet. This is, of course, just one example of the positioning. Feel free to experiment with this.
Use several additional straight lines for the legs of our easel and for the presentation wand. Notice the simplicity of our drawing. Doodling isn’t about having artistic skills, but rather about getting our message across in the simplest way possible.
Finish off your presentation doodle by giving your presenter and the easel some color. Feel free to mix and match these colors. Feel free to also give you presenter shoes, a face, hair, and maybe even a tie. Use your imagination. 🙂