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Max Terry
Palo Alto, California
Interests: I'm in marketing and advertising, with professional interests that include brand strategy, creative development, demand-gen, design, digital services, public relations, social media, translation and writing, plain and simple. My personal interests include writing and literature; eastern philosophy, meditation, and martial arts; and media and politics.
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I'm constantly doodling on folded up pieces of paper that I carry around in my pockets. This one ended up having a nice three-panel pattern. The blue ink was an afterthought/accident. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2011 at DoodleMob
Max Terry is now following Chase Rivers Flair!
Jul 31, 2011
Max Terry is now following Tony Faustino
Jul 31, 2011
Max Terry is now following Mark MyWord
Jul 31, 2011
This is a good one. I started by folding a piece of paper twice and then running my pen along the creases and then made two boxes. Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2011 at DoodleMob
Posted Jul 12, 2011 at DoodleMob
My doodles tend to start in the center and spiral outward. The flower-like shape in the lower right began with the circle in the center. The shapes with rectangular centers were begun by making quick zig-zags between two fingers. Continue reading
Posted Jun 3, 2011 at DoodleMob
Max Terry is now following verticalresponse
May 27, 2011
This one reminds me a little of a Japanese noren - the half curtain that hangs over some doorways. In part, that may be because the color of the ink is close to the traditional blues you see in some Japanese textiles. Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2011 at DoodleMob
The angles of an envelope present an inviting angle to fill with doodles. Like the lines of a legal pad, the boundaries created by the folds provide a structure at the beginning. Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2011 at DoodleMob
There are times when it seems best to not take a doodle all the way to it's logical conclusion. Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2011 at DoodleMob
Once forms start to emerge in my doodling. I'm then feel the compulsion to color between the lines. Although shading would be a better term for it. These doodles were the result of another client call. You can see my notes: "People interacting with technology." Fascinating. Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2011 at DoodleMob
I've been watching a lot of baseball lately - and baseball must have been on my mind when I drew the diamond-shaped figure. Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2011 at DoodleMob
The figure on the upper left reminds me of some kind of kooky pteradactyl. Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2011 at DoodleMob
Notes from a phone conversation. Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at DoodleMob
I like the way the wave pattern here runs through the three rectangles, fluid yet stable. Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2011 at DoodleMob
Here's a good one from the other day (I'm back to daily doodling but not quite up to daily posting it seems). This one makes me think of a ray gun. Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2011 at DoodleMob
Didn't get much doodling in on my vacation. Stayed away from pen and paper. Seems it's only when I should be thinking about something else that the doodles start flowing... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2011 at DoodleMob
It's been a weak couple of weeks for posting; the earthquake in Fukushima and several time-consuming projects derailed my almost-daily posts - and my family vacation next week will keep me out of reach of a scanner. But I did manage to scan this one on Friday. Hard to see,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2011 at DoodleMob
This one kind of feels like planets and exploding stars, nebulae and swirling cosmic gas. Continue reading
Posted Mar 18, 2011 at DoodleMob
Because doodles tend to be one color, I find that shading, wieight, and texture provide the contrast. Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2011 at DoodleMob