Please forgive me- this just makes me laugh for some reason. Too much cold medicine, perhaps?
Then, my son posted this on my wall, and I love it!
I find this highly entertaining, which probably goes to show that I'm not normal- not like that's a big shock to anyone. Anyway, if you find this interesting, Vi Hart has more mathematical doodle games you might want to try. Just follow the link.
Coincidentally, I'm a doodler. There, I've admitted it. For some reason, people seem to assume that "serious artists" don't doodle. I'm not even going to address the "serious" part- but why wouldn't artists doodle? I'm one of those people who, when thinking about something else, has to have something to do with their hands. Who knows what they might do if not occupied? I guess you could make an analogy to the basketball player who stands there absent-mindedly dribbling the ball while talking to someone. So, sitting at a boring PD (Professional Development), I doodle. Listening to a lecture in college, if not taking notes, I doodled. If someone asked, I could just tell them I was exercising my drawing hand. We have to stay in top condition, now, don't we?
Now, where was I going with this? Oh. Yes; the video. It was interesting, as I watched it, to notice that I've actually made doodles like some of the ones she demonstrates. Who knew I was so mathematical? Not me, that's for sure!
Here are a couple of my doodles, though not the kind she does on the video. Those must be buried inside a box in the basement, in whatever I have left of my college notebooks; it would no doubt take years to dig them out!
When I get a chance, I'm going to try some of Vi's doodle games- they look like fun!