It’s National Doodle Day!
Friday 8th February marks National Doodle Day, so whilst many of us frequently doodle absent-mindedly and sketch the same things over and over again, just what do our random doodles mean? Wacom analyses your doodles…
Doodling flowers indicates a warm, sensitive and gentle personality. However, roses with sharp thorns can represent betrayal of love.
Organised and efficient minds are indicated by regular patterns and geometric shapes. This person may be a good planner, as they have a rational and logical way of thinking.
The 3-D aspect of the doodle indicates an ability to see the full picture and the regularity of the structure shows an ordered mind and love of routine. However, stacked boxes can indicate stress, especially if they are at risk of toppling.
This doodler is in love or in need of a relationship.
National Doodle Day was established back in 2004 to create a unique, fun and fantastically simple fundraising event that everyone could be a part of.
By simply doing a doodle, thousands of celebrities, schools, companies and individuals have joined together and helped raise over £250,000 for charity!
Visit http://doodle.epilepsy.org.uk/ to find out more how your doodles can help people living with epilepsy.