How to Doodle a Question
If someone asked you to visualize a QUESTION, what would you draw? Let’s keep this one very simple. Begin by doodling an oval shape in the middle of your page.
Besides the oval shape you drew in step 1, doodle another oval shape. I guess this is more like an arc-shape as part of the oval is hidden behind the original oval shape. These two oval shapes will represent our speech bubbles that get the conversation going.
Within the first oval shape, draw a question mark. This bubble will be the source of our question.
Let’s now draw a destination for the speech bubbles. Draw a curved v-shape on each speech bubble that extends downward. We don’t necessarily need to show that it’s coming from somewhere. This is self-explanatory.
Finalize your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our simple visual representation of a QUESTION. But I’m sure there are plenty of other ways we could represent the process of “asking a question”. Feel free to brainstorm some possibilities.