The ‘do it yourself Doodler” project was a series of 39 drawings I created in 2010. I took pages from a 50/60’s era vintage doodle pad (see below) and decided to make use of each of these sheets using some ink pens and occasionally whiteout.
You can purchase a book that collects this entire series (below is just a few selections) as well as high quality prints and original art  HERE in my Etsy store.

Then in 2013 I came across another pad featuring a different half-drawn woman..

But only completed these two before I found this third doodle pad. This is what I am currently working on. After I’ve completed this third series I will return to the previous one.

To keep up with the series as it’s produced you can follow me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Tumblr.

I also have other (NON-doodle pad) artwork on view at


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  1. Josh Holton says:

    No way man! I just saw this last night on and thought it was really cool. I had no idea it was you. Then this morning my mom sent me a message saying check out what David Jablow is doing. These are sweet.
    ps Do you still have any of that comic collection?

    1. davidjablow says:

      Hey Josh!
      Thanks for the kind words..Yeah..the doodler drawings seem to be making the rounds on the internet. I’ll have to check had no idea they covered it..If you make it to the east coast over the holidays you’ll have to check them out..They’ll be up in a Philly gallery untill 1/2/11.

      Ah yes..the comics.. I slowly ebayed most of it away over the past few years. All of the choice stuff I kept or picked up in graphic novel collections..
      Hope the west coast is treating you well!

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