This year's contribution to the Brooklyn Art Library's Sketchbook Project got filled with a great outpouring of ideas in the final couple of weeks before the deadline. If you already saw the first flip through - this is a longer version - with close ups and all!
It's that time of year again , Instagram is full to bursting of 100 day projects. I love the variety of ideas that populate this challenge. This is my third year of participating.
Early in my blogging days I was documenting my experiments in ink dyed paper. Earlier this year I began playing about with these old book pages and something in my creativity woke up. I began what's turned out to be an epic adventure into paper dying.
“The thoughts we choose to think are the tools we use to paint the canvas of our lives.” - Louse Hay
When I've got just a few minutes to spare I go to my art journal, find a blank page or a space, and doodle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YajcO8N8cH8 These are the background layers that inspire what comes next. This is how I fill the scraps of time while I'm waiting for paint to dry, or a file to … Continue reading Doodling in between times
Where do you find your inspiration? how do you stretch your creativity to include new patterns and shapes?
I'm here to bring a little bit of spinning bright colorfulness to your Friday, and to remind you today is the LAST DAY of the 21 Secrets Flashback Sale 🙂
This Tiny Book is part of the #TinyBookCollective from Hope Fitzgerald over on Instagram. Check out her posts to see more itsy weeny books like this, and find out how to take part.
In my latest newsletter (going out later today) I share more about getting through un-creativity; what's on the horizon for my next projects. And my latest flip-though video.
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I've been off line for a while, playing in the analogue world of paints and glue and little bits of torn up paper. Recharging & recombobulating. Playing with things like this.