I doodle in my notes and textbooks.
I have super-duper-pooper senioritis, so now more than ever, sketching during lectures prevents me from doing what Loki's doing in the top left corner.
Most of the time.
Top row, left to right: Loki taking a nap, Erik looking like he's taking a nap standing up because evidently he's a horse, artsy poet-type guy reading, Loki again, Moliere/Captain Hook/Guy-With-Better-Hair-Than-Most-of-Us.
Second row, L to R: Loki AGAIN (what can I say? The guy's been on my brain lately), doodle of the painting on the front cover of my Christina Rossetti anthology, girl sitting in the same cafe as artsy poet-type guy stirring her tea, Christine, Keats-ish dude.
Third row, L to R: Elf lady/I wish my hair would do that, Doodle of the painting on the front cover of my Robert Browning anthology/angry uncle you dread seeing during the holidays, Christine, Descartes.
Fourth row, L to R: Medusa meets Christine?, Erik-ish dude you do not want to encounter while alone at night, Christine leaning on a table and laughing at the Erik-ish dude you do not want to encounter at night, Marot...esque....man. Thing. Guy.
Fifth row, L to R: Keats, yay!, girl in one of my classes who miraculously didn't catch me staring as I drew her, Keats...esque...man Thing Guy, Montaigne/creepy bald villain from "Ever After."