I started to post something I did yesterday, but took it back down as I got to thinking maybe it's more properly a sketch rather than a doodle. But really, my doodles usually wind up being some kind of sketch or other anyway, so I reckon I gotta ask -- where do you draw the line between the two?

Here's the picture I was contemplating. It isn't fancy, just something I doodle/sketched up with a 10 minute time limit attached.

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Hi Andrew - I'm no expert but in my mind I'm thinking yours would be considered a quick-sketch.  It almost has a cartoon-like characteristic about it.  Well done - ten minutes is quick!  Doodling as I know it is more a combination of strokes/lines that seem to make up a kind of pattern-effect (as opposed to an image).  I'll be interested how others define your art.  

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