For much of his life, Daniel Noe doodled on napkins, receipts, scrap paper, in the columns of his school papers, and in several other places that shall remain unmentioned. He would start each with a random line and then literally make them up as he went along. Most ended up becoming alien creatures that he would then create physiological traits for. One day his father said, “You can draw. Why don’t you buy some good paper and put some effort into it?” Thus, InkDoodler was born.