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Molly Hahn, also known as Mollycules, started doodling in childhood.

In 2011 she developed the daily Buddha Doodles meditative sketch practice to help cope with PTSD and sensory processing issues.

Her Buddha Doodles comic, light in heart but deep in intent, greatly helped in her healing process. Now her daily doodles help others, all over the world.

Molly runs an online Mindful Drawing course a two or three times a year to teach others how to use drawing as a path to mindfulness, healing, and joy.

She also studied Mathematics, Global Studies, and Animation and the University of California at Santa Barbara and is currently in production on her first animated short starring a lead female role and the beloved elephant and monk characters from Buddha Doodles.

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