What's in your sketchbook?
I can't claim that I'm a serial doodler. I just don't do it enough for that. But I do bring a sketchbook just about everywhere I go, and if the day suits me, or the meeting requires a certain level of mental exertion to get through it without closing my eyes, out comes a blank piece of paper and a pen or pencil. This is what I produce.
Sometimes they get scanned and coloured in. Sometimes they get buried and forgotten until, like the strange treasure they are, they get unearthed. And then they get scanned.
Sometimes I deliberately head out for the day with paint and paper to see what I can find. I never know if it's going to be casein, watercolour or acrylic.
Sometimes it's just a great way to chat to people: they see what you're doing and strike up a conversation.
Sometimes I travel and find the time, the place, a great cup of coffee and a fine biscuit, and the inclination to bust out the sketchbook.