Artist Brings Color Into NYC With Monster Doodles

A lot of people have a boring daily commute to work. Some people read, some check their phones. Artist Ben Rubin kills the time by drawing monster doodles that interact with the people and scenes around him. The doodles are created by combining photos and his drawings with the help of a drawing app called Procreate. The drawings are detailed and amusing and often feature some kind of blue furry monster, though he has done other types of monsters as well. They can take a few hours so Rubin typically does a few a week. You can see more of his monster doodles on his Facebook and Instagram and check out a few of my favorites below.

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Want to learn how to create your own monster doodles? Monster Factory by Ernie Harker can help! Full of step-by-step demonstrations for how to draw and color monsters, you’ll be adding monster doodles to your photos in no time.

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