Neha Doodles Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

Neha Doodles Interview for 18th Exhibit Anniversary Issue

@neha.doodles | The Doodle Queen

Neha Doodles 

@neha.doodles | The Doodle Queen 

Q1. How did @neha.doodles come into the world of content creation

I entered the world of content creation driven by my passion for illustration and my desire to tell stories in a more creative way. I was pursuing chartered accountancy post-school. Simultaneously, as a self-taught artist, I began sharing my work online, using social media platforms to showcase my illustrations and cartoons. This allowed me to connect with a broader audience, gain feedback, and build a community around my art. My unique style and engaging content resonated with many, helping me establish a presence in the digital art world.

Q2. Apart from Doodling, what’s your other passion?

Given how social media work deteriorates one’s attention span, I like to read longer comics, such as manga and graphic novels.

Q3. From whom/where do you get your doodle inspirations? 

I draw my doodle inspirations from a variety of sources. Often, personal experiences serve as the primary source. I also find inspiration in the books I read, the art and photography I admire, and the interactions I have with people.

Q4. What are your thoughts on AI being included in Doodle?

Even though I haven’t done it yet, I find the possibility of including AI in doodling to be quite intriguing and full of potential. AI can offer new tools and techniques that can enhance creativity and efficiency, allowing me to experiment with different styles and effects more easily. However, it’s important to maintain the human touch and personal expression that makes each artist’s work unique. While AI can be a powerful ally in the creative process, the core of doodling—personal expression and the joy of creating—should always come from the artist.

Q5. What other creators do you enjoy watching

Mostly comedy, dog accounts & art creators. My favourite being Dharna in comedy. Dog account: @bullu_bow_wow and Art account:   @martinamartian

Q6. As we look back on Exhibit’s 18-year anniversary, how do you see the content creation journey has evolved over the years?

I’ve seen the journey of content creation evolve significantly over the years. When I first started, the focus was mainly on posting static comics and illustrations, but it has now expanded to include videos, interactive content, and even live streaming. Social media algorithms and trends have also influenced how content is created and shared, encouraging more engagement and interaction with audiences. The tools available to creators have become more sophisticated, allowing for more experimentation and creativity. For instance, from digital drawing tablets to ipads, software and even AI tools have opened up new possibilities for illustrators and artists like myself. Moreover, the community aspect has grown stronger. Platforms like Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat have made it easier to connect with other artists, share feedback, and collaborate on projects. Overall, the journey of content creation has evolved from simple, static posts to a dynamic, interactive, and highly connected experience.

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