Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Boredom and doodles.



Note: this post is not for the eyes of my law school teachers.
Every Saturday we have something called moot court. This involves us, the audience, having to endure four hours of mock court where about 8 mooters moot their case. You might say that sounds interesting. It is, for about one hour. Later you get familiar with the case being presented, and then lose interest.
Rules to be followed in a moot court hall-

                       -  No talking.
               -   No using cellular phones.
                       -   No reading books/novels.
                        -   No sleeping.
But people do all of it. The trick is go unnoticed.
I doodle. And I must say boredom really sets off the creative juices. I have written poems, short stories in this four hour duration. Which is kind of funny when you think about it. We aren’t allowed to read novels(which are stories) and I’m there writing them.
I thought I’ll share my doodles with you-
It started with her in year 1 of college!
What is it about darkness that attracts us?
What is about light that calls to us?

Nature

 Bonded 

 Save

 We were watching a case that involved capital punishment. This was inspired by it.
Do you hear, child, now
the voices of your evils?
Do you wish to be forgiven?
Maybe I will, not them.

 Trees!

The latest one! A walk through the woods.
When no one walks with you, you walk alone.

What do you think? How much do you love doodles? Why not share pictures of your doodles and post the link here? We could make a think out of it!


17 comments:

  1. Oh wow! I didn't know you were such an artist as well. Moot court does sound a little bit too long... And I can understand why people get a little bit distracted in cases :/ I doodle a lot in my long lecture-like classes as well. Mostly writings though. It would be awesome to see more of these! And do you do artwork sketches/paintings or something as well?

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    1. Doodles keep us sane! XD I would love to see some of your doodles :) Yes, I love art! Maybe I'll show them on here someday :)

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  2. *hehe* I don't draw. Well, I was an artist when I was in school, ya know, all the botonical and zoological stuffs. My teachers lovurred my records. xP All those "digestive and sexual reproductions of a Frog." Mind you, it was of frogs. >_> I still do the diagrams, actually bound to do them but they require scale and sorts. So, yea. I love pencil sketches, though.

    Manish, you've got a talent, gurl. ;) They all are pretty amazing. <3

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    1. I remember those drawings! Ah, nostalgia <3
      Aw, thank you loads!

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  3. impressive doodles! I love doodling but they're not as great as yours at all ;p x
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    1. Haha, I guess I've just had more practice!

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  4. Infact a very creative way to kill boredom! I should take to it too :D
    Btw, very nice doodles!

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  6. wow, you are so talented. I wish I could draw.

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  7. I love your drawings. :D

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