When I was in elementary school, my favorite pastime was doodling on my desktop. I got into a lot of trouble and ended up staying after school, cleaning off desktops. I'm now making a mess with different hi-tech doodling tools.
Doodling can actually help you focus and make it easier to listen. It can relieve stress and improve productivity. ... Researchers speculate that doodling helps the brain remain active compared to the strain of paying single-minded, continuous attention.
We all develop a unique presence on social networking, our work, our culture, our friends & family, our spiritual beliefs, and so we create a sort of branding of our digital identity. This image of ourselves gives others an idea of who we are. Isn't that what social networking is all about, to get an idea of who people are? The image we create and the words we write are a direct reflection of our thoughts.
Reflect your thoughts well, digitally brand yourself wisely.
"We are what we imagine.
Our very existence consists in our imagination of ourselves. The greatest tragedy that can befall us is to go unimagined."
- N Scott Momaday, Kiowa-Cherokee author.
I'm a digital artist from the San Francisco Bay Area, now living in Honolulu. Here to support the Arts District community and help rejuvenate Chinatown.
I've come to Hawaii to find and live in Aloha. All I have in return is my lifelong skills, experience, and a lot of heart.
I use many different mediums such as pencil and ink sketching, painting with acrylics, Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop, and mechanical CAD for 3D printed art. I come from a hi-tech environment and use my engineering design skills as my artistic process. Each idea manifests in its own individual style evolved from working in the Silicon Valley for 30 years.
Illegal, liberating, World-Wide-Web graffiti. Anything in Art & Design objectively different from the social norm.
"Creativity is intelligence having fun", - quote: Albert Einstein.
Another habit of smart people is doodling—so if you enjoy this pastime, it may mean you're intelligent, too. According to Sunni Brown, author of The Doodle Revolution, it's a thinking tool that can affect the processing of information and problem-solving.