Monday, June 25, 2012

Anatomy of an Art Journal Page: Edition #3

Hi there!  I am having fun making these art journal diagrams.  Here and here.  They are nice because then you can see where all of the layers and elements come from.  Lately I have been using a lot of rub on transfers, which are so much fun. 


Here is the complete page.
The weekly theme for Inspiration Avenue is art journaling, which is perfect for me, since that is my primary form of art right now.  I am also linking to Creative Every Day.

13 comments:

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Great idea this mapping of your page. Love it. xox

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Love it! I always enjoy dissecting (not animals) what goes into collages, etc. This is perfect! patsy

sandee said...

I love rub ons too, one of my favorite thing to use! Great pages for your art journal! waving the #49 from the hills of North Carolina :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You are very lucky. I've only had one small sheet of rub-ons and that was enough to make me wish for more. What a fun way to show your page.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love the ingenuity of your post, as well as your colorful art journal page. Blessings!

Kristina said...

I love rub-ons as well!

Magpie said...

I love all the colorful elements on this page. And the notations too. It's so much fun to look at!

Thanks for playing this week at IA!

Maggie

Diane ~ said...

i really enjoyed your post! My first art journal page was done for this challenge and felt very awarkard with it. After seeing your post, I will invest in a white pen and maybe even some rub-ons and give it another go! Thanks!!

Claire said...

i love the annotations on the page :) a great page!!

IMGIRL said...

Creative, unique and a perfect play on doing an art journal page!
Love it!

Kim

Karen Smithey said...

I love using the rubons just randomly, too!

Lou Anne said...

This is awesome! Thank you for sharing the entire thing.

Teddi said...

by you breaking down each piece, i focus, pay attention, and appreciate the details of your art. :)

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