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Love Is…Mixed Media Art Journal Page – Whimsical Face Practice

More practice with drawing & painting whimsical faces and this time a full whimsical body too! This time I’ve scanned and printed the sketch into my computer, then cleaned it up, enlarged it and turned it into a transparent background PNG file. Of course I’ve made it available as a download on my website, simply click the image below for more information.

Available as a digi-stamp download!
Click above to watch my full creative process from start to finish on my YouTube channel!
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Art Journal Page – “She Wanted No Reminder…”

There being nothing on the TV on Sunday afternoon (again) and as I was all alone (apart from Mr Bentley that is!), I decided to seek refuge and entertainment in my art room.

I was also in a vintage kind of mood. I had the urge to create something with muted neutral hues and a vintage cluster style art journal page was just the thing to take my mind off things. It was a fun double page spread to put together and I like the fact that you have a double whammy of the focal points and the way the large one vanishes into the background or looks like she’s emerging from the background depending on your point of view!

To watch the whole creation process of the art journal page spread, simply click on the YouTube link below!

Click to watch!
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Mission: Inspiration – October (Version 2) – Escape

Today I’m tackling the 2nd set of prompts for the October Mission: Inspiration Facebook challenge. These are the non-Halloween set of colours and words for inspiration. Please feel free to download the MI graphic below to use in your own projects, vlogs, blogs, Instas, FB & YT uploads!

To watch how I created my art journal page from start to finish using these prompts, simply click the YouTube link below!

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“Ain’t Nobody Here…” Mixed Media Collage Art Journal Page


Sometimes we see things or images that take us on a strange journey. Today I found an old image of a Victorian gentleman that reminded me of a rooster, mainly because of his wild unruly haircut!

So, I found an image of a rooster and combined the two using my Adobe Photoshop to make a quirky and whimsical art journal page that gently pokes fun at evolution.

To watch how I created my art journal page from start to finish in real time, click the YouTube link below.

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