I had to attend a LONG boring meeting today (2 hours). I think I must be a tad ADHD because it's hard for me to sit that long with nothing to do. I started out taking notes on the meeting, but ended up spending most of my time doodling. I know that some people analyze doodles, I hope none of you have that ability. My doodles tend to have a similar theme. Lots of cross hatching and lots of figures that continually sort of spiral outward. Take a look and see if you read anything in to these.
Okay, I decided to do a little internet search, and here are some interpretations I came up with. Hmmmm....
Extensive Space-Filling: Large, complex doodles that have grown almost organically across the page suggest a persistent nature, a love of design and a desire to express ideas. These doodles can sometimes indicate frustrated artistic ability, especially if ornate forms are embedded within them.
Very detailed doodles are often drawn by people who have an obsessive nature, and who simply will not let go of their ambitions or loved ones. They are also likely to be jottings of highly introverted people.
REPETITIVE SHAPES Patience, perseverance, methodical, developed ability to concentrate
Cross hatching: A sense of suffocation, a need to escape, a desire for freedom, a feeling that his actions are restricted.