How to Doodle a Result

How to Draw a Result (drawing tips)

Step 1

drawing a result

If someone asked you to visualize a RESULT, what would you draw? One very simple and effective way to visualize this would be to draw a tick. And I don’t mean the garden variety tick. 😉 I mean the tick you get when you ace a test. Let’s, however, progress this a little further by also adding a clipboard to our doodle. To begin with, draw the top section of your clipboard. Use straight lines to draw a large and small rectangle shape as shown within the example.

Step 2

draw a result

Next, use straight lines to draw the clipboard and paper. Notice in the example how a gap has been left on the right-side of the clipboard. This is where we will place our tick in the next step.

Step 3

doodling a result

Use a combination of straight and curved lines to draw your tick. Notice the angles of these lines and the distance between them in the example.

Step 4

doodle a result

Let’s now show that there is some writing on the paper. Kind of like a test or an essay. Use wavey lines to represent words and sentences on paper.

Step 5

how to doodle a result

Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of a RESULT. We have a tick and what looks like a test or exam on the clipboard. In combination, this gives us a result. We could potentially have added a thumbs up doodle instead of the tick, but that is a little more difficult to draw. Can you think of any other ways to doodle a RESULT?