Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Mucking Around in My Art Journal III


Here's the third installment of "Mucking Around" in my art journal.  No plan, no destination - just playing in my art journal with no particular goal in mind.

This art journal page started as a gelli print to which I adhered one of my "tough tissue paper" motifs from my lesson for 21Secrets (you can still purchase this "forever yours" class by the way - it's pretty amazing -- 21 artists share videos, techniques, tutorials, etc. for $98).  



The page sat idle for months, until I returned to it to experiment with using pink, a color I'm not very comfortable with.  It's wonderful what "mucking around" can lead to! 

Here's a just-over-4 minute video showing my process.  I hope you enjoy it.  



You can also watch "Mucking Around in My Art Journal III" on YouTube!


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11 comments:

  1. Awesome I love watching your process when you work in your art journal! Super inspiring !!!

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  2. Came out beautiful. Love the pink as it went well with the entire color theme. Great piece for your journal.

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    1. Thank you! I'm becoming a fan of pink!

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  3. Thanks Jessica. I love your videos every week. Very inspiring and full of different techniques. I notice you and a lot of artists are using the POSCA pens. Which do you recommend, rather which point? I see extra fine, fine, medium etc. Thanks. suzschultz23(AT)AOL(DOT)COM

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    1. Hi Suzie - sorry to take so long to respond... I have both medium and fine tip posca pens. The fine tip "spits" a little, but I still prefer it to a gel pen when I want permanence. Hope that helps!

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  4. Love your techniques, your an amazing artist. I follow you daily. Thank you for your continued inspiration and generosity. C21claudia@aol.com

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    1. Thank YOU Claudia for stopping by and leaving kind words.

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  5. Love your techniques, your an amazing artist. I follow you daily. Thank you for your continued inspiration and generosity. C21claudia@aol.com

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  6. Yes! Yes! Please keep making these videos. It is great inspiration and I appreciate your sharing. Thanks!

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    1. I will! thank you so much for stopping by and leaving kind words.

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