Mindful Doodles comic strip

This post aims to receive response by floating the proposal of Mindful Doodles comic strip. I used to run Mindful Doodles, for about 500 posts. I’m floating the idea of continuing Mindful Doodles, or Picture Journal, in comic strip format. What do you think?

Response:.

Dream of Immigrants

If you dream of immigrants, it could be a dream based on themes you experienced about them, during your day.

Don’t support businesses that cheat people.

It is not unique to find this type of experience.

There is unrest in the neighborhood with criminal behaviors going on.

MLMM Photo Challenge #351.

FOWC Jan 26 2021 is unique.

pensitivity’s threethingschallenge – only one word, unrest, is used.

Relook into Mindful Doodles comic strip

This post calls for a relook into Mindful Doodles comic strip. A whole series called Mindful Doodles has been posted here. Please type mindful doodles into the search box and click on the linked post titles to view. There are around 500 posts.

Introduction to cartoon character in Mindful Doodles in artmater.com

Response: 3.

Dream interpretation fox

If you were dreaming of fox, it might mean a warning against sly people in your waking reality. You may have received stimuli from people who showed “foxy” behaviors and this triggered this dream.

If you work in a zoo, or somewhere with fox/ foxes, then dreaming of seeing a fox does not hold special meaning.

Fox would like to meet his vixen. (From art/ writing prompt)

crayon fox against snowy blue sky and grey ground. Water color wash.

It just so happened I have this pic in my media library. It was prepared ages ago.

Miss M’s Daily Art Challenge: Orange

Take what you need and waste not other oranges from tree.

Join us! Tweet at me, @artmaterdotcom, to show me your participation. I’ll like and retweet your tweet.

Where’s Freddy, the window blinds salesman?

Do you know this Freddy? His picture is below. Freddy is featured in this writing prompt, because I have to rewrite his episode for

#writethepandemic Writing Prompt

13, which says “Rewrite a piece of writing that you wrote before COVID-19 began”.

This is a comic I made last August. I wanted to try simple scripting, drawing and coloring. On hindsight, I should have written a different storyline … one with a real plot. I’ll try to rewrite this comic into a very short one. I’m thinking of a single frame picture. Without further ado, here’s

Where’s Freddy, the window blinds salesman?

40% discount on window blinds, blinded by offer.
Booking appointment to make blinds.
That feeling when you are denied service because manpower is down. Window Blind Woes.
Third day is the day you get a reply.
Finally, after 9 days, an appointment is fixed on the 10th day.
He cancels appointment in the late afternoon. After we had waited the whole day.
Salesman gives obliging reply that he’ll arrange for appointment.
Salesman took flight and didn’t make appointment.
Agitated, angry and giving up on salesman who didn’t keep appointment.
Salesman finally keeps promise to “arrange” appointment for on-site measurement.
Salesman Freddy finally makes an appointment to come for measurement.
After 12 days, we finally meet Freddy the roller blinds salesman.
Salesman didn’t bring samples/ swatches of fabrics.
Buyer has to visit store to make instant electronic payment for order of roller blinds.

Hey, Freddy! If you see this, give me a shout. Your window blinds are working well. Except for the bedroom blinds, whose drawstring should have been installed on the left side, instead of the right. The installation guys messed up.

If this comic was rewritten into a one frame picture, it would be like this:

(To be pasted here later)

Reference

#writethepandemic Writing Prompt from – Shelter and Write (#shelterandwrite), by Jaclyn Bergamino. List of 30 prompts here.

#shelterandwrite prompt 4 Interview in Comics

Shelter and Write is a blog who is running writing prompts during Covid-19 with hashtag #writethepandemic. Various cities and countries have gone into partial or full lockdowns to restrict movement of people (and virus). I want to participate in active writing prompts so this is my attempt. If you are joining us, please use the tag #shelterandwrite.

Instead of a plain old interview, here is my collection of doodles drawn in response to the situation on Covid-19. This is me interviewing me.


Vitamin C boosts the body immunity, to fight disease.
Catholic mass has been suspended indefinitely while a nation fights Coronavirus 2019.
COVID-19 – don’t shake hands. Use non-contact greetings.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 made face mask seem like second skin.
Temperature screening to check for COVID-19.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) quarantine without clothes and toiletries.
COVID-19 comic #30: Coronavirus Disease 2019.
February 16 2020: 285 tested positive with COVID-19 from cruise ship Diamond Princess.
School is canceled. Study online.
What do people do during quarantine?
Logistics and delivery business make money when people rely on delivery.
Hoarding groceries like it is running out of fashion.
A sweep every 5 minutes sweeps the dirt and germs away.
2019 Novel Coronavirus panic buying leads to hoarding groceries.
When you have to keep up with the Joneses and you can only afford toilet rolls.
Coronavirus Dorscon alert sends people into panic hoarding of groceries and toilet rolls.

Reference.

#writethepandemic Writing Prompt 4 from Shelter and Write is Start with an Interview . Join us when you post with the hash tag #shelterandwrite .

List of 30 prompts here.

The host’s blog, Lightning Droplets, has posted her corresponding post – the Interview.