DoodleWriting - 5 ways to loosen up and play with your writing | Angelique Noll | Skillshare

DoodleWriting - 5 ways to loosen up and play with your writing

Angelique Noll, Artist and Writer

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8 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. 01 Intro

    • 2. 02 Materials

    • 3. 03 Words

    • 4. 04 Poem

    • 5. 05 Characters

    • 6. 06 Doodle plumbing

    • 7. 07 Association

    • 8. 08 Conclusion


About This Class

As a writer, I'm always interested in finding new ways to make the writing process easier and even more fun. All too often, we take our writing far too seriously, but in this class I'll show you how to relax and play with your writing instead of wrestling and agonizing over it.

So join me now, with a pen and paper, and come see how we can take the relaxed, lighthearted attitude associated with doodling and transfer it into the writing process. Your inner critic won't even realize what's happening, leaving you free to write and play with your words and ideas.

See you in class;-)





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Angelique Noll

Artist and Writer


My name is Angie, and I'm a writer and artist and host of the podcast "The Not-Starving Artist". Come over and listen to other artists talk about how they got started and how they turned their art into a lifestyle. You'll find painters, designers, illustrators, writers, bakers and sewers and any other creative soul I can interview;-) Simply visit my website to listen to the episodes. 

I offer writing classes, watercolour and oil painting classes and art journaling.&n...

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