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an aimless drawing

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write down quickly without much attention to detail

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write carelessly

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Your finger just isn't natural for drawing, but as soon as you give a Scribbly to a designer they're sketching out web pages and designing forms immediately.
Make sure they are all turned so that the scribbly side is facing up.
The whole thing is handwritten and hand drawn, even the scribbly link buttons.
In those early days, most of the dominant scribbly gum woodlands of the less hilly areas surrounding Brisbane were picturesque open areas, with a grassy ground cover and an understorey largely unimpeded by shrubs except in moister hollows and gullies.
Unprepossessing examples of the "Impression" are also described: a number of paintings by the retiring Sisley--an artist always mentioned but rarely assertive in discussions of Impressionism--which appear all wan, beige, and featureless, emerge as combinations of "aesthetic passivity" (201) and busy, veritably scribbly facture.
Fisher surveyed six sites within red stringybark and inland scribbly gum woodland that had previously been cleared for livestock.
On the gallery, wall there's a neon sign in Emin's own script that savs "Every Part of Me's Bleeding," an appliqued wall hanging ("F School"), and a wall of her scribbly drawings, in most of which the word "F " is scrawled like an incantation, a guarantee of authenticity.
If you see something that is very scribbly it gives you the impression is of someone who is more muddled"
Ecological differentiation between species of scribbly gums [Eucalyptus informal subseries Haemastominae (MATK) Pryor and Johnson] and Angophora in seedling responsiveness to mineral nutrients.
our school's scribbly corridors, snicked and snatched at
At one point, she fills the frame with a box, roughly extracts a collection of household objects--a hand mirror, a doll, a coin purse, a roll of tape--and hurriedly traces them on newsprint with a felt-tip marker, producing a scribbly AbEx bird's nest.
This means that valuable time is saved, errors caused by scribbly handwriting are eradicated, and the customers are never out of sight of the staff.
For Crime Science, Vivien Bower's look at forensics, she gave the drawings a scribbly, cross-hatched style, one she had used on a poster for teens about fixing bikes.
With help from artwork company Scribbly Artz, around 10 parents used an amazing array of recycled materials to portray a Saltburn seaside scene.
It is a process that starts from a scribbly sketch in your notebook.