Friday, January 13, 2012
Doodled Art Journal Page
Hey guys. I'm back with you guys once again. Sorry that I'm so late getting to you all, but I've been having tons of technical difficulties today. First off, I was trying to get a video to give you guys, but it didn't work out, and not only did it not post to youtube after hours of trying to get it on there, now it's too late for me to try any longer. Also, I've written this post once before already, but the entire web browser didn't respond and then just automatically shut down. So I'm sure you guys know how I'm feeling right now. But I'm just glad that I'm able to get to you guys at all. Even if it is kind of late. So we can start off by talking about this page. I loved working on this page. LOVED it. When I started it, it was very simple. A gray paint as the page background that I simple spread all over the place with a paintbrush. The pink was a pallet knife that I used to spread the paint, and the brown was some that was leftover from another page; I used a paintbrush to spread that too.
The doodling was the most enjoyable part of this page. One, I love the way it looks. It's so fun and inviting, and has an almost playful demeanor. I love the way the white compliments the page, and I found the pen to be a pleasure to work with. I used a Sharpie poster paint marker, and I found them to be very enjoyable. Even though I've heard mixed reviews about them, I've had nothing less than an excellent experience while working with them. They're amazing. Plus, just a fun thing to add to my repertoire of techniques and collection of supplies I have now to play with. And that's that. I'll see you guys tomorrow!