How to Doodle Quiet
If someone asked you to visualize the idea of being QUIET, what would you draw? How about a zipper face? 😉 To begin with, draw an oval in the middle of your page. This oval will become the head of your character. Next, use a couple of arc-shapes to doodle an ear on the left and right side of the head.
Use two arc-shapes to draw the eyes. Then use another two smaller arc shapes to draw the pupils of the eyes. In this example, we are drawing the pupils in such a way that they are looking downwards at the mouth.
Use another arc-shape to doodle the nose. You can, of course, experiment with the nose. The nose in this example is very simple. You can, however, draw it another way if you wish.
Use a combination of straight lines to draw the zipper mouth. Start with the main horizontal straight line for the mouth. Then draw the short vertical lines across the mouth. Then finally draw the end of the zipper using a combination of straight lines.
Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of someone being QUIET. Can you think of any other ways to doodle the idea of being QUIET without using words?