Monday, August 6, 2012

Beginners Art Journaling...

We had a blast at yesterdays beginners art journaling course.

The subject was anatomy of a page, where we take a page, dissect it and start from scratch. This is also one of the classes I teach in the States ( slightly different version ).

Working with an image someone else has picked for you, to prove you can journal  with just about anything!

Dylusion stamps created the scaffold to work on.

colouring and doodling for finishing touches.

And perfectly executed corners.

Thanks to all my gorgeous students. That brought the 3 day art journaling class fest to an end, and I can now put my feet up and relax...As if, lol
 I have too much to do and not enough days to do it in!! But can't complain...I am very blessed

Found this on Face book and need to pin it up as a reminder !

Enjoy xx


Scrapjanny said...

Lovely! That sign is inspirational, and I plan to print it out and hang it up in my home. Is it OK to share it on Pinterest?

Anonymous said...

I'm loving the dylusions ink sprays and your fabulous stamps - it must have been fantastic for those on the class to learn how to build up a page like that. The perfect day! Enjoy your 'relaxing'!

Debby said...

Love the last post about being so fortunate. Love the pages you posted! Need to do more art journaling!! (Me that is)

susiesu said...

Totaly agree that sign is inspirational and a reminder of how blessed we are. Enjoy your'relaxing' I am sure you will produce some wonderful pages and or canvases! Or maybe more new stamps and stencils?!?!?! Have ordered (pre-ordered) your book today so can't wait to get it - hope the shipment arrives soon!!!!!!!! lol Susiesu xxx

Virginia said...

Fabulous journalling (as always) haven't done an anatomy page for an age, might have to get out those pictures, loving the quotation also, utterly humbling. Have a beautiful day Sweetie

Miranda said...

gorgeous page Dyan and the quote is fabby, one should really take a look at it now and than, so true

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