How to Doodle Research
If someone asked you to visualize RESEARCH, what would you draw? Let’s take a look at an example. When thinking about “research” immediately a document comes to mind. So let’s first doodle a piece of paper. To draw your paper, doodle a rectangle in the middle of your page. Notice how there is a gap on the bottom left side of our rectangle.
Within this gap, doodle the handle of a magnifying glass. Use an elongated arc shape for the handle, and to oval shapes for the glass area of the magnifying glass. The magnifying glass will help symbolize a focus area for our research.
Let’s now show that there is a depth of research here. To show this, draw another couple of pieces of paper. Use straight lines for this purpose. Notice how these lines match the angles of the original paper draw in step 1.
We need to now show that there is something here to research. Doodling writing is fairly straightforward. Use wavey lines like drawing waves of an ocean. Then within the magnifying glass area, write Abc. This is the highlight of our research project.
Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of RESEARCHING something. How many other ways can you think of to doodle research?