Posted 30 July 2012 - 10:17 PM

This is kinda strange, because I've been doing something fairly similar, but not drawing free-hand... I use autocad, with my work, and I doodle from time to time when I'm stressed. I've been creating multi-pointed stars, nested into other stars, sort of like fractals... Platonic solids... Also the flower of life, and other geometric flowers of life (replace the circles with triangles, hexagons, squares, etc.) Its truly amazing how things just "align" when you use the sacred geometries. I don't know what they mean, or why I do it, or why I find them so interesting.

If you're a spatial/geometric person, like me, you should check out "Marko Rodin's Vortex Math" on youtube. (I believe it's linked to the reason I started doing these, is why I recommend) The gist of his math is that it is the "math of the gods"... it relates to everything that you see. The way life grows - the golden ratio(fibonacci spiral/vitruvian man), exponential growth, the flow of electricity, music, doppler effect, literally everything "natural". It's quite long, tho, there are 44 videos and they're 15 or 20mins long, each. But if it interests you, it's definitely worth a look.

My take on it is that if there's a reason I'm doing it, the meaning will eventually just "click"... if it's just boredom/destressor drawings... that's great too. Try not to let it bother you.. just go with the flow and be creative! Creativity is way better than rotting your brain worrying about what so-and-so posted on a social network, or even watching television.