1.15.2016

New Doodle Art Alley Book - Magical Geometrics - review coming soon


OK, so I'm a little obsessed, and that's OK. I have a passion for calm, and relaxing, and Doodle Art Alley and Samantha Snyder do it for me. I just got word that there is a new book coming out the very beginning of February, and I want you guys to keep an eye out for it. AND keep an eye out for my review of it and some others I have. (And no, I'm not getting paid to love them this much, it's just that they are that good.)

MAGICAL GEOMETRICS COLORING BOOK
Doodle Art Alley Books
Samantha Snyder

Magical Geometrics Coloring Book shares 50 doodle art images printed on one side of the page for all ages to color. These geometrics have been organized from simple to more intricate so that you can design your own beautiful pictures from rectangles, curves, and other geometric shapes. Choose your color combinations and see what patterns they create. Let the magical designs take shape before your eyes. Experience greater focus, dedication, and patience that coloring can bring. Slow down and enjoy the colors and patterns coming to life in front of you. Take a deep breath, sit down, and color.

According to Samantha, “A quick glance at a doodle may show scribbles, random lines and shapes with no meaning or significance. However, with a little love and direction, these drawings have the potential to compete with some of the best artwork there is! Doodling is so much more than simply drawing on a post-it or unconsciously scribbling on your notebook paper during an especially boring lecture. With the right care and approach, beautiful pictures can be created. Geometric and abstract designs along with wonderfully detailed artwork can grow from one simple, single line. Even emotional and mental healing can stem from a tiny little mark. The ideas and creative pathways are endless.”

Explore the Magic of Doodle Art!

About Doodle Art Alley

Samantha Snyder has been doodling her whole life. While teaching elementary school, she often drew up coloring pages and printables for her students and fellow teachers. She decided to start sharing her creations and in 2008, Doodle Art Alley was founded. Doodle Art Alley is dedicated to giving those squiggly lines the proper credit they deserve. Who would have thought that such a small and simple idea could possess so much potential? There are lots of fun art activities, tips and information to read through and enjoy. Visit www.doodle-art-alley.com for hundreds of exciting doodles.