About Daily Doodles

At the end of each day, I sit and I think about everything that I had learned from morning till night and I transform it into a “Daily Doodle.” By combining studying and drawing, each doodle acts as a learning tool and a creative exercise.

Please note that I am still in the learning process and that my doodles may not be accurate. If you find any errors, please send me an email so that I can learn from my mistakes! (michiko.maruyama@gmail.com)

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This is what my imagination does to my lecture notes… This photo shows the relative size of each daily doodle. They are quite small – the size of half a standard flash card. I have stacks of doodles!

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3 Comments

  1. Wow, love your site. my young son constantly draws and needs to go to the next level and color his pictures. What do you use? Markers, pastels, a computer? I have no artistic ability, but I know your style is what he is most like. He’s 13. Cc

    1. Author

      Thank you Cathy. I use prismacolour pencil crayons with a fine tip sharpie pen for the black outlines. They are great because they blend easily and are very vibrant in color. Prismacolor also makes amazing drafting markers which I use to use often as an industrial designer.

  2. This is amazing and indeed an inspiration for creative med students across the globe..proud of u..:)beautiful is it !

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