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Student Art Contest


All artworks were created and submitted by kids ages 5-13 based on a Doodles Academy project. 

Voting is open through 11/30 at midnight est. Each of the top three artworks will win these prizes:

  • Custom T-shirt featuring their artwork (for the artist)
  • $50 Blick Art Supply gift card (for their teacher)

The three winning artists will be interviewed on our blog, featured during our Holiday parties, and winning entries will be included in our brand-new Doodles Swag Shop so anyone can buy a T-shirt, mug, or other item featuring their artwork!

Use the share buttons above to promote your favorite entry and help them win! 


Congratulations to our three winners:

Pitesila the Superhero

“I made this artwork for the Superheroes project as part of a comic book I created. I made it by blending tons of watercolour paint colours together. In some spots I only used 1 color, waited for it to dry and then added a new color on top. I wanted there to be more female superheroes so I made Pitesila look like a Marvel character. Her superpower is controlling time. You can see there are 2 clocks on each side of her and a time portal behind her. I didn’t want my superhero to look like a pretty princess so I gave her a mohawk and big muscles.”

-Ella S., Grade 4; Canada

Project Used: Superheroes!


Gary the gorilla that makes you laugh

During these tough times people are finding less and less reasons to smile and laugh something on. And that’s when Gary steps in he uses his tricks and jokes whatever which can make people giggly and lighten people’s mood a bit. And you may always have a superhero with his typical powers. But the real superheroes are the ones who stay there for you and possibly make you laugh a bit! I used to see a lot of circus Themed movies and shows so I kinda got some inspiration from there to use a gorilla as the subject and overall I had fun while making it. 🙂

-Skanda R., Grade 8, India

Project Used: Superheroes!


Sneaky Criminal Raccoon

“I made a raccoon who got up onto the roof. Because he’s a sneaky criminal, he made holes in the roof, stole fruit from their trees, half ate some, then splattered it on the side, high up, and hard to reach.”

-Daphne, Grade 4; California

Project used: Anthropomorphic Animals


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