Did You Know All These Amazing Doodlers Were Malaysians?

Love doodling? Check out some of the nicest doodles we found on the Internet!

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According to Wikipedia, a doodle is a form of "unfocused or unconscious drawings made while a person's attention is otherwise occupied"

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A doodle is an unfocused or unconscious drawing made while a person's attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be abstract shapes.

Stereotypical examples of doodling are found in school notebooks, often in the margins, drawn by students daydreaming or losing interest during class. Other common examples of doodling are produced during long telephone conversations if a pen and paper are available.

So to celebrate doodles, we decided to scour the Internet for the most creative, craziest doodles done by Malaysians. Here's what we found so far...

1. Vincent Paul did this doodle of a peacock in conjunction with the recent Deepavali celebrations

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2. Yeop Arifon got his new kicks doodled! Time to turn your old school shoes into works of art!

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3. Zahuri Harun doodled a typical setting in the kampung life

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4. Doodles can carry a deep message too. Derrick Dai used a quote from Lao Tzu to emphasise on his artpiece

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5. Arif Rafhan Othman depicts a child waiting for the other kids to play

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6. Lydia Rayyan doodled this intricate rose against a black backdrop

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7. Sarah Salim applied her doodle skills onto a wedding card design. You don't see this everyday!

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8. Chuppy Lim brings a Mr Roboto design to life thanks to its Japanese inspired lines and typography

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9. Hani on the other hand had an interesting doodle. In it, she doodled a person blocking out the heavy rain.

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10. Love owls? June Kok's owl doodles is a sure hit to add to your growing owl collection!

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