My doodles acquire archetypical shapes over time. Some forms recur, others morph into new ones and, sometimes, entirely new ones come out of nowhere, born from a primordial soup of thoughts and connections. Today’s Doodle Tuesday combines the archetype of a scroll – recurring in some of my older doodles – a cornucopia and a tangle of three-dimensional shapes. It also has some elements of objects giving birth to other forms, which is another recurring theme.
It was made with my faithful Noodler's Ahab Flex Nib Fountain Pen (👈 Amazon affiliate link) and Heart Of Darkness Noodlers Ink (👈 Amazon affiliate link) on a Moleskine Pro (👈 Links to Amazon products on this site are affiliate links; this means that we may receive a small commission (at no cost to you) if you subscribe or purchase something through the link. That helps to pay for the cost of this site. With that said, we will never promote anything we don’t trust or haven’t used.).
I didn’t publish a long-form post last week because I have been working on an elaborate post on company culture. The writing took me on a wild path that includes creating a processing script to generate three-dimensional visuals to visualize the concepts into images and animations. I am looking forward publishing it when it is ready, including the source code of the script, most likely sometime this week.
I hope you like this week’s doodle. Stay tuned for a post on company culture!