Draw Doodle Typography | Joe McMenamin | Skillshare
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10 Videos (30m)
    • Intro

      1:15
    • Preparing the plywood base

      1:24
    • Choosing the word and font

      2:48
    • Cutting the stencil

      5:26
    • Thinking about doodles

      5:47
    • Planning the patterns on the wood

      1:59
    • Drawing the doodles 1

      1:13
    • Drawing the doodles 2

      2:52
    • Drawing the doodles 3

      6:43
    • The big reveal

      1:01

About This Class

Do you love to Doodle? Would you like to be able to make some cool Doodle Typography?

In this class you will learn how to turn your doodles into a piece of Art. You will be working on a piece of plywood, choosing your own word and font and then cutting a stencil. You will get some ideas about different styles of doodle, creating movement and flow with your lines and then developing your own style.

Let's get doodling!

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Joe McMenamin

Artist - Illustrator - Teacher

Joe McMenamin is a painter and printmaker and the flowing organic patterns that ripple through his works have won him a following throughout New Zealand. Joe has a bachelor of media arts from the Waikato Institute of Technology. He teaches art part time at Naenae College in Lower Hutt, Wellington. Joe loves teaching and gets lots of the ideas for his work through interactions with his students. His students also experience first-hand the different processes involved in his prints, drawings an...

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