This huge Hippocampus, which I doodled nine days ago, isn’t so much a lesson in marine biology as it is a lesson in paying attention while you’re GPS-doodling.
I’d actually set out to do my seahorse doodle a day earlier, but I abandoned the effort after 30-some kilometres because I missed some details in the pectoral fin, overshot a turn on one of the trunk rings and disastrously lost my way at the back of the coronet.
The lesson bears repeating: a GPS tracking device doesn’t come with an eraser. Plan well and pedal carefully!
Doodling this enormous seahorse required just over 100 kilometres (62 miles) of cycling…not including the 30-some km I spent on a failed effort the day before
Brand strategist and creative director by day. Hyper-competitive GPS-art obsessed cyclist most of the rest of the time.
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