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Boring meeting by Cvail73

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Drawing doodles help me concentrate on what is said at meetings, especially boring one, it’s definitely a form of meditation!

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I’ve been doing these for years and years and years.. in fact, just over 17 years ;)

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meeting, doodle, lile, lines, pencil, ink, pen, curve, curves

It all started when I was about 8 when my brother received a camera as a present. It fascinated me, and a year later, I won a basic camera for holiday work at school. The virus was inoculated.
I had my first SLR 18 years ago, went staight for the darkroom at Uni but decided that staying up all nights was not a good idea so I restricted myself to only taking photos after a while. I quickly jumped on the digital bandwagon and loved it straight away..

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Comments

  • Glen Allen
    Glen Allenalmost 6 years ago

    art in the most unusual of places.

  • Lol, a notepad? :)

    – Cvail73

  • Glen Allen
    Glen Allenalmost 6 years ago

    why not. Van gogh sketched on anything he could find.

  • Leonardo Da Vinci too :) I work in Engineering, and when i studied it in france, he was our hero : he was multi talented…allying technique, science and art…. in french (aslo in Italian, spanish, german..), ingenieur comes from the word genius (hence leonardo!), but in English, Engineer comes from Engine, different ways of seeing things

    – Cvail73

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Tayloralmost 6 years ago

    o i love this…and now i see you are colouring in too!!
    yay!!

    looks cool as a card!!

    and really great in a frame, wow!! great work Christelle!

  • Thanks Karin, lol! in order to be framed, I suppose it would have to be tidied up though , lol!! :)

    – Cvail73

  • LostGod
    LostGodalmost 6 years ago

    such a beautiful style.

  • Thanks lost boy! I’ve got some catching up to do with your work, but some of it has already disappeared.. the ephemeral quality of Lostboy’s art….

    – Cvail73

  • Douglas Hill
    Douglas Hillalmost 6 years ago

    You didn’t sign any agreements that your company owns intellectual property did you? Would make an interesting case; maybe the words are IP but the doodle is . . . what? Artistic Property?
    Para-Intellectual Property? Intellectualesqe Property?

  • Ah ah ah no i did not! that’s a good thing I suppose ;)
    confidential info, should not leak that: the drawing (not the text) contains the meeting word for word.. Obviously crypted ;)

    – Cvail73

  • Jeff Palm Photography
    Jeff Palm Phot...almost 6 years ago

    stunning work…maybe you should have more boring meetings!

  • Oh don’t get me wrong, I have enough as it is.. I have plenty of these everywhere!, I’ll post more as the comments i get are quite interesting…

    – Cvail73

  • jwjanie
    jwjaniealmost 6 years ago

    You are good!

  • KazM
    KazMalmost 6 years ago

    I too use doodling as a means of concentrating and to prevent boredom (especially whilst watching tv). Not everybody appreciates it this way. Some people think it is a waste of time, but then so are a lot of meetings. Ha

  • Yup, and some people think that you are distracted when you doodle in meetings. I am lucky to have colleagues who understand and know I’m listening!

    – Cvail73

  • KazM
    KazMalmost 6 years ago

    Sure are lucky, once I had a boss complain about the waste of stationary.
    He was a small pompous man with a mind to match glad your colleagues are more accepting

  • They are all mad obsessed about pens too, lol, they are cool guys :))

    – Cvail73

  • KazM
    KazMalmost 6 years ago

    I love the soft spongy finger holds on pens
    as they are more gentle on my aging fingers.
    Glad there are some cool guys around

  • Sight is important too unfortunately, and mine won’t last long, between shortsightedness and longsightedness looming.. Don’t feel alone!X

    – Cvail73

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