Today I’m having a free form intuitive play in my Dina Wakely multi-surface journal. I had no idea where it was going, only which colours I wanted to use and include…click below to see how I got to the end result!
It’s time for another Mission: Inspiration challenge over on our Facebook group – this month we have some fantastic colours to play with and a great selection of ingredients to throw around a page! Check out how I created my art journal page above by watching my full process start to finish video by clicking the YouTube link below!
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Today I’ve been playing in my small Dylusions flip journal and trying to recreate a pattern and style that was inspired by some cool mid-century style retro wallpaper! It’s a quick art journal page but lots of fun to recreate! This is the wallpaper that inspired the page! I’ve only chosen a couple of colours of Distress Inks to recreate the colours on this page.
Click below to watch how I created my page. BTW it’s in HD!!
Using a mellow and natural palette of colours in today’s art journal page and of course, it’s been such a long time since I created a page in my large circle art journal. Makes a nice change to work in a different size and shape format. The colours I used were Brusho pigment powders, these powders are flexible and an easy to use pigment powder and you get such glorious results from very little effort. The two focal images are public domain images from a clip art website – I’ve had them for so long I can’t remember where they are from – sorry, but to make up for it here they are for you to use if you so wish. Click to see the full-sized version, then save to your computer in the normal way.
To watch how I created my art journal page from start to finish, please click the YouTube link below to watch in real time, only the boring drying time taken out!