Sharon hinted that she wouldn’t mind if I altered the cover. I didn’t want to do too much to cover it up, so I just added the “Art is Freedom” saying and an arrow. Easy peasy.
For my first page, I actually started with just the right side of the spread, paint the background and quote. Then I decided to do something to the left page and the fox girl is what showed up on my page after a bit of sketching.
I am making it a goal to do at least one galaxy or space page in everyone’s journal. Yeah, I may be a bit obsessed, but space is so magical! I cut the girl and the mountains out of a Colorado travel brochure and painted on the galaxy + quote.
This next page is almost too simple for me, but at the same time I love it. And it is extremely true for me. I have a cup of tea in my hand all day long.
I used a red dual brush pen by Tombow for the lettering.
I love adult coloring books (who doesn’t though?) and I had been coloring these birds in one of my coloring books. I decided to add them here into the journal.
And for my last page in the red journal, I got a my acrylics out to paint on this artist hand. My hands look like that nearly every day…
The “starburst” is a cut up gelli print.
You can learn more about our Colored Journals and see my pink journal here.
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