Monday, November 12, 2012

A Little Art Journaling


This week I have had some much needed art journaling time. 
On this page I was able to re-use some of my previous art and cut out tiny copies to use as a border.  
I began this page using ink blots from my Copic Markers all over the page.
For those of you who do not know me, I have a very difficult time with this chaotic, abstract process.  I need to practice drawing out images from the ink blots. 
I outlined all the colors with a black sharpee and then doodled on from there.  I used a white-out pen to highlight and make this page 'pop'!
Art journaling is such a healing journey... I pray that you will find this through your pages.
Hugs and blessings everyone!


Mayra Mancebo said...

How nice your work, has many details and very nice colors.
I love it

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

What a beautiful details and colors. Marvelous layout.
lovely greet

Kate said...

Art journaling is an amazing thing. I think it saves my life often. Lovely page.

missy k said...

Thank you for visiting btw :)

I agree art journaling is a very healing process... I think I would be a little lost without it.

I love how you have reused your own art in the top piece. It's really stunning.

I see a crocodile/dragon in the blobs!


Faye said...

Quite different from the previous post and equally as beautiful in a different way. I like the way the abstract turned out.

An'Angelia Thompson said...

Happy to see you've had some journaling time, Kelly. Hope all is well.♥

Shari Nelson said...

I love your process. You have some very beautiful art and projects on your blog. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog, appreciated much!

Jenny said...

Oh Kelly... your artwork is stunning... I have been scrolling though your blog... LOVE the magic here... and adore the idea of a coloring book... I am sure things will be flying off the table at the art fair...

Jenny ♥

Phoenix Peacock said...

what a fabulous idea to use previous art as a border!

Creative Mish said...

I love how you just came up with something from the ink spots. Great job!