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Posted by: Sophie Wright <>
Date: Friday, 30 July 1999, at 6:41 a.m.

Hi There,

I've just been reading your pages and I came across a part which gave an analysis on a page of doodles. I'm currently writing a script in which the main thrust of the narrative will start with a man leaving a doodle for another man to find. Obviously to make the script strong enough I need to know something about the psychology of doodles, I was wondering if you could help?

What I'm looking for is information on the different types of doodles, ie, shadings, certain images repeatedly drawn, does it matter where they figure on the page, and how it tells us something about the person, or indeed effect another person. For example I will always start doodling cuboids, often with the perspective completly wrong and the line thickness varies. Then I will progress onto other images in my doodles. I don't necessarily want to know what my doodles mean but I would appreciate some help in knowing how to read them and if there are certain doodles which have a particularly mysterious or dark side!

Thanks very much and I look forward to hearing from you,

Sophie Wright


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