@cengland0 Fun fact: wildly drawing sharp points and long straight lines in your doodles will actually increase stress. Instead, draw curves or pick a specific image to draw, as that option focuses your mind on the goal and progress more than the motion.
@Zigzagoon In the 7th grade, I drew a sweet snake that was saying “hi” and was made of a bunch of those “cool S” linked together. He was all like:
The unblinking eye, and the ugly one that never freaking matches, why does it never match?! Also, something I can see, made subtly morbid. The Smiling Beast (he can smell you) and the Eyeless Ones who follow at his feet (how they gnaw). Variations on Yggdrasil when I have a square page too fill. The Feast of the Serpent when I have a tall, narrow page to fill. The Wyrm Hunter when I have a note card to fill and want to draw a ton of mountains. I also have slowly been drawing designs for a deck of Swiss playing cards that may change to a French deck if I live long enough, so lots of doodles focus on ideas for that.