If your idea of being artistic is some aimless sketching on a pad, it's time to sharpen up your pencils. After last year's craze of colouring books for adults, a new fad is sweeping the nation - doodling.
Leading the way is the doyen of doodling, Kerby Rosanes, from the Philippines. His new book, Imagimorphia, invites users to catch the doodle bug by finishing images of animals and landscapes.
The 24-year-old, who has become a Facebook sensation, recommends using three pens and listening to good music. Here, in an exclusive preview, we present some of his work to complete. So get doodling!
Join the craze: The doyen of doodling, Kerby Rosanes, from the Philippines has launched a new book, Imagimorphia, which invites users to catch the colouring bug by finishing images of animals and landscapes
Colour outside the lines: 24-year-old Facebook sensation Kerby recommends using three pens and listening to good music
Put pen to paper: Embellish the elephant with detailed patterns and let your colouring spirit run wild with emeralds, magentas and golds
Blowing in the breeze: Doodling gets a dose of grown-up fun in the form of some made-to-measure feathers that are perfect for filling in
The mane attraction: Unleash your inner wild child by colouring in this proud predator's mane and then filling in the page with bats
Shell-shocked: Get lost in the elaborate swirls of these embellished tortoises and then colour in their swimming buddies
Wild horses: Take a cue from these gallant, galloping beasts and create more creatures riding the waves
Metamorphosis: Turn over a new leaf and get doodle-happy with your pen to complete the rest of these fluttering butterflies