I’ve always been one to look forward to tomorrow rather than dwell on things that happened in the past. I’m a very different person today than I was 20, 10 or even 2 years ago. I allow my yesterdays to inform and prepare me for my tomorrows but for me the past is somewhere I prefer not to live.
In this collaged art journal page I’m exploring memory with a muted and pared down colour palette in my circular art journal.
To watch how I created my art journal page from start to finish in real time simply click the YouTube link below.
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For the final day in my 7 Days of Halloween series I wanted to have some fun and play with some masking fluid and Halloween colours in my 8″ circle journal. To see how I created this art journal page click the YouTube image below.
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I haven’t done a collaged art journal page using magazine cutouts for a while, so I thought I’d have a rake through my collage collection to see if there were any images that grabbed my attention and sparked my creativity. I also wanted to see how my charcoal pens worked and blended on the glossy magazine pages.
To watch how I created this art journal page in my small circle art journal then click below. The video is filmed in real time with only the drying time cut out.
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I created this art journal page as a little bit of tongue in cheek fun. Something light hearted to pass some free time. Click the YouTube link below to watch how I created the page from start to finish. The video also includes a visit from Mr Bentley.
The digi set that I used in this page can be found by clicking the link below.
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