Idea/Concept: The artworks shows the story of what happens behind every event. The back-end (dark portion of the doodle) of an event production is basically an organized chaos of equipment and people who are working to make the event look seamless from the audience's view, which is the clean portion of the doodle. This "ray of light" is what the audience sees or at least what they are supposed to see from their perspective.
Background: Our company was given the chance to design this year\'s adobo Magazine\'s Events Showcase issue. My design was chosen as the cover artwork and the overall theme of the magazine. The design elements consisted of different equipment/materials usually used for the production of an event. After all the revisions from the client, this is the final digitalized doodle artwork.
About the design: Well, I thought of something that could make people think about recycling since most totes are used in replace for plastic grocery bags now a days. I used a less fortunate kid for the character cause i want to share how lots of poor children find ways to make themselves happy under any circumstances and whatever the situation they're in.
I'm not really that excited for this one for a certain reason. I was always in a waiting period while in the process of doing it. I started the doodle while waiting for a meeting in a hotel lobby. I continued it during an overnight set-up of a stage for an event by our office. I did some details while waiting for a date before both of us had dinner. Also, I finished this while waiting for the internet connection. "Waiting" was always the reason. Though, that's how doodles are made originally right? haha
I made the FAQs page to answer the most commonly asked questions on my social sites by people interested in my work and in doodling in general. I would like to make it clear that the "3 Types of Doodling" is my own perception of the art style. I named the 3 processes for me to be able to answer questions and explain my thoughts easier hoping that someday, it will be famous enough that i don't need to explain each of it's meaning anymore.