You'll Love this Art Journaling Book If:
- You want start your first visual art journal
- You want to inject new creativity & ideas into your art journaling
- You want to check out the art journaling work of fellow artists
Take your blank journal and fill it with your ideas & art with these tested art journaling techniques
from The Journal Junkies Workshop. Each page will soon be transformed into pieces of art & pure creativity. When you learn how to art journal from fellow artists you can better develop & express your own artistic vision. Pick up don't-miss doodling, drawing, watercoloring and stenciling tips with authors & art journaling experts Eric M. Scott and David R. Modler.If art journaling seems intimidating or you've hid a creative roadblock, The Journal Junkies Workshop can help you get new ideas on how to start writing and show you the art journaling work of fellow artists- a unique peek into creative minds!
In The Journal Junkies Workshop You'll Learn:
- What art materials & supplies you'll need to start art journaling
- How to layer a page step-by-step
- Techniques for art journaling using watercolors, acrylic paints, image transfers & more
Check out This Exclusive Excerpt From The Journal Junkies Workshop:
A visual journal is unique to its creator, and different people keep one for different reasons. Some use the journal as a way to observe and illustrate their environment, others as a document of their lives or as a record of travel. For every journal-keeper, the visual journal is a unique and personal expression that evolves over time. No two people approach the journal in the exact same way. Each visual journalist must find his or her own voice- his or her own journey- in order for the journal to become personally relevant and important. In the following pages, we explore ideas, techniques and concepts that can help visual journalists of all experiences and skill levels create rich and exuberant personal pages.
A Word From the Authors:
Over the years we have offered countless workshops and presentations on the local, state and national levels where we have invited others to join us in the visual journal experience. We see a need for our media in the artistic realm, as well as the education community. We freely share our passion, our ideas and our motivations. This desire to openly share has led us to put our thoughts into a comprehensive form...We hope to inspire and motivate others, and perhaps bring a few more Journal Junkies along for the ride. Welcome to our world. We hope you enjoy the journey. — David R. Modler & Eric M. Scott
Check out this free excerpt from Journal Junkies Workshop: How to alter your journal by folding pages and creating doors and windows!
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