Color this Quote: Art Journal Page


The top page was made for the Artists in Blogland Color this Quote challenge.  You can see at the bottom of my tutorial post how this background looked before I added all the extras.

Here is another completed art journal page BEFORE and AFTER.
The BEFORE was shown in my crayon transfer tutorial.

And here is the AFTER.  I added some collage, more paint and some pen work.

Sharing with Glue It Tuesday.

13 comments

Gloria in CA said...

This type of work is always so interesting. Very nice. Thank you for sharing.

bella lullo said...

Spontanee e splendide queste pagine!
Bellalullo

tangledpen said...

This is seriously cool! ...and fun. ...and artistic. ...and... I could go on and on with the list ;)
As you can see, I really like this. I'm glad I found your blog - will follow :)
Cheers! Jana

aimee said...

joyful, colorful, beautiful! xo aimee

Lynn Fisher said...

Wow, this turned out really cool! I don't think I've done a crayon image transfer...I'll have to give it a try : )
Lynn

girlunwinding said...

Love the whimsicalness of the second one but that first one, wow. It reminds me of looking through water at a river bed below. Lots of abstract shaped objects to keep the eye busy.
~Dawn

505whimsygirl said...

Hi there. I came over from Aimee's as I had to see what Glue It Tuesday is all about. I love the quote you chose to use on your first journal page.

Peace,
Kay

artatag said...

That is real fun! Thanks for sharing.

storybeader said...

don't think I've heard of crayon transfer before. It looks great! And I like how you put a bit of color down before you wrote your quote. Great Idea! {:-Deb

Maria Ontiveros said...

I love your use of strips. Happy GIT!
Rinda

Jane Coquillon said...

Great! I love art with no rules & the Judy Garland quote is fantastic :D

Andria said...

Very cool! I like your page transformation. And that's a great Judy Garland quotations...it's been a favorite of mine for awhile!

Teddi said...

i like to see how you incorporated the crayon transfer and your art journaling page! :)