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You can use this technique on any bit of scribble to create a wonderful looking art piece!

Step 1: Step 1: Joining

The first thing I did was start off with scribbles then found two scribbles close to each other and joined them. Once joined i went over them to make the lines thicker leaving no gaps.

Step 2: Step 2: Filling Spaces (patterns)

The next thing I did once I joined the lines to create a shape was filling the blank space inside the shape. To fill it in and make it look good I chose a straight line pattern where the shape bends.

Step 3: Step 3: Adding More Shapes

Once the first shape was completed I then moved down to the next shape I could create using the scribbles and also adding my own lines to join them with.

Step 4: Step 4: Attaching Lines/curves

Now two shapes had been created so I went on to create the third one but wanted to attach a line to shape one.

Step 5: Step 5: Filling in and Continuing Lines Between Shapes

When doodling sometimes you make mistake and lines/shapes don't look the way you wanted them to look,so the trick is to improvise. Here I didn't like how a part looked so i shaded it in and rounded lines up to make it look better than the first idea. Also behind shapes I continued lines to the other side and made them look similar so that people know the line had been continued and it is part of a shape but another shape is in the way.

Step 6: Step 6: Be Imaginative

When most of the page had been filled with shapes and it looked good but there was still a scribble left on its own I let my imagination help so I created another identical scribble on the opposite side and created wings to join them up and make them look good.

Step 7: Step 7: Finished Doodling

Once I was happy with the doodling I had done to the scribbles I then imported it to my computer.

Step 8: Step 8: Image Tracing

Once i uploaded the image to my laptop,I then opened up Adobe Illustrator and opened the image. Then I clicked on the image and hit "Image Trace" at the top toolbar.

Step 9: Step 9: Bringing the Design to Life!

Once the image was traced I then imported it into photoshop to add colour and nice border to make it stand out and look good!

Step 10: Completed!

Now you have a work of Art that could be hung in a room or used as a Wallpaper/Screen saver!

<p>Wow that so cool, I love the art you created, and it looks like a very inspirational process. Welcome to instructables!</p>

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