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Doodle |ˈdo͞odl|

 verb. [ no obj. ] scribble absentmindedly

noun. a rough drawing made absentmindedly

According to the definition, doodling is made out to be nothing more than a ridiculous act. When most think of doodling, they think of the naughty scribblings on the walls of a child’s room or the small markings on school notes created from boredom. But little did they know, doodling is an art form that many have not mastered. The best doodlers often draw from imagination and posses the ability to think up some of the most ludicrous/thrilling images.

There is an artist who does exactly just that. This specific artist is worthy of mention because of his “ability to visualize the drawing before making his marks.” He is able to draw without a photographic reference or in other words, he is the god of all doodling, and we all must bow down. 


Kim Jung Gi is an artist from South Korea who has accumulated millions of fans and admirers during his career. His preferred medium is a brush tipped pen. He is well known of his ability to draw with mental pictures. He is able to picture each stroke in his head before marking the paper. His drawing style, quickness and precision are often studied by fellow artists in hopes to acquire a fraction of his talent.

“I observe things all the time. I don’t take references while I’m drawing, but I’m always collecting visual resources. I observe them carefully on daily basis, almost habitually. I study images of all sorts and genres. “

His skill is something worth seeing. So here you go: