Here's the first set of pages from my Pocket Doodle Book. Page two ended up being quite scribbly, using both white and black pens. Page three was more decorative, using acrylic paint pens and Sharpie coloured markers to add some coloured dots to the oranges in the original print.
Page four was using just black and white again, emphasising the swirls from the gel print. For page five, I used just white gel pen and added more decoration to the leaves, eye shapes and diamonds that were already there. I then filled in all the rest of the space with blocks, lines and circles.
On page six, I used the patterns already there and added some blocks. I found page seven more of a challenge. The original print was the dark red and lighter pink. I outlined the blobby shapes in the pink and drew some lines through the red block, but then stopped. I wasn't sure what to do next, but remembered my Zentangle book (which had been languishing on a shelf for some time), so added some patterns inside the blocks.
I have quite a few plain unpatterned pages to come, so there will have more challenges.
However, I am really enjoying this activity and the challenge of just using pens and my own drawings - no stamps, stencils, collage or die cuts!