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Hello, my name is Laura Alice Thompson, and I am a doodle addict.

Draw Yourself(ie) Showcase
Showcase #19
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Cultivate Our Garden
Tumblr of the Week: A Droid a Day
Colors and Crowded Faces
Coloring Book Interview Series #5: Ellen Leber

Tumblr of the Week: Snippets
The Fantastical and Imaginary
Get Lost in Helen Cann's Hand-Drawn Maps
Everything is Connected by Drawn Lines

Tumblr of the Week: Klara Grancicova
A Beautiful Tribute: Google Illustrates Some of Steinbeck's Monumental Works
Not All Drawn Objects Are Created Equal
This Is Some Awesome Visual Stimuli

Tumblr of the Week: Gwion Christmas
There's A Heavy Weight On My Shoulders
The Incredible Analog Drawing Machine
Tumblr of the Week: Scribblings

Tumblr of the Week: Dany Reede
Kaleidoscope to the Sky
Professional Illustrator Collaborates with 4-Year-Old
Tumblr of the Week: Emmi-Riikka Vartiainen

Revisiting Alex Eben Meyer's Sketchbook
Drawing with Carly Jean Andrews
The Work of Kymia Nawabi
Make Comics with Josh Bayer

Change Joy
July's Guest Contributor: Greg Kletsel
Pens, Paper, Colored Tape, and Stickers
Great Pal Alexandra Valenti

Thank Heavens for Old Books
Everybody Wins, Thanks TOM BIHN
Real Deal Abi Daniel

Drawn Tattoos
Member Spotlight: Mason McFee
Mark It Up
It's in the Subtlety

Magic Monsters
An Illustrated Life
Ricardo's Wild Art
From Belgium with Love

February's Guest Contributor: Amaia Arrazola
Dark Splendor
Thick Strokes

Superfantastic Animated GIFs
Member Spotlight: Anika
Sketchbooks with Infinite Detail

Dinner Can Wait, Watch This!
She Doesn't Even Go Here!
Climbing Hand-Drawn Mountains
That Certain Kind Of Stink-Face

A Different Way to Doodle
Seas of Graphite
Lucha Libre Masks
Girlie Pains

Sunday Grins! Coffee Cupsof the Future
Not Your Average Textbook Situation
Take a Hike to Pencil Mountain
Kelly Lasserre

My Really Loud Sweater Collection
Sketchbooks In The Wild
Skinny Dipping
Chronic Bitchface and Other Such Things!

Member Spotlight: Luis Campos
Paint the Town
Big in Japan
A Wrinkle in Time

When A Doodler Feels Lost
This Precious Thing In My Clumsy Hands
MeloDRAWmatic, I Love You
Look Up and You'll Miss It

The Most Versatile Woman To Ever Live
There's a Forklift in My Pencil Case
Keep Feeling Fascination
Get Published

Music = Art = Music
Coloring Book, Vol. 2 update
Living in a Magic and Euphoric World
Surreal Dreamy Drawings

An Illustrated Daily Life
Detailed Classical Portraits
Letter by Letter
I Can See Your Guts

Member Spotlight: Marta Spendowska
Fan Mail, Part VI
Six-course Meal
Open Call / Coloring Book Vol. 2

White With Fear
Night of the Drawn Dead
Totally Axonometric
Little Miss Typophile

2012 Hand-Drawn Calendar
All My Pistachios

Recent Comments
I totally agree, music helps my mind relax and facilitates creativity. I find different styles of music create different drawing experiences as well. My husband often makes his own electronic music in our attic studio that we share and I like the repetetive rhythms as they help me zone into the fine details of my drawings. But I also love listening to the familiar songs from my youth that have helped shape my personality such as the Pixies and Sleater-Kinney with their drony guitars and harmonies as they bring out a confidence in my work.

BBC Radio 6 Music is a reliable source of eclectic inspirational music, but I agree that I miss the good old mix tape with all its nostalgic connections with people and places.

These are beautiful and really sum up how it feels to be creative and the pressure we put on ourselves.

I am obsessed with birds. I have been building up a journal over the past few months of my sightings and bird doodles, which has been really fun! I am a big fan of Matt Sewell's bird illustrations too, so much personality:

These are gorgeous, I could look at them forever!

This reminds me of Tove Jansson\'s illustrations. Extremely magical and endearing.

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Work at Leeds College of Art.
MA in Textile Design from the Swedish School of Textiles. Love colour, shape, pattern, texture, people and nature.

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