Passover is right around the corner, so how about starting by doodling a few elements that can be used to set the stage for the Passover story? Lets start with that oh so hot desert sun that the Jewish people certainly experienced in Egypt! There are so many ways to draw the sun, and one can and should spend a little time working on a few ideas to make your own version of this sun doodle. These were actually my second attempt, and I used the best ideas from my first try, which produced some which were more like stars!
Doodling on a ground of color, in this case circles that I painted with yellow gouache is so much fun, and the results immediately look like little works of art! I cut these suns out after I painted them, and will use them as part of a little assemblage project that I'm doing for Passover. i think they'd also make great gift tags, or elements for a garland or collage of any kind. So go to town with little doodle suns in a variety of sizes and you can't go wrong!
According to Jewish tradition we don't draw faces on the sun or the moon, so you won't see that here, other than that sky is the limit, and you really don't have to worry about your suns looking like suns, just get the creative juices flowing. I did these rather small, but I think I would be so much fun to do some giant ones!