NO F***ING words!!
lol….Orly I think this is the best blog comment I’ve ever read. ever!
this spread is epic Roxanne
Hi bun! I’m loving your pages! Keep sharing xx Amanda
Hi Roxanne, this is beautiful! Is your “writing” on the left side of the page words or just writing like scribbles? You said on FB that you did this on a plane? Did you already have the surface prepared before? Or did you add that after? I have a little art travel kit for the plane also, with pens and mini watercolor set. Fun and sure helps the time go faster.
Thank-you for your kind comment regarding the work! To answer your questions – yes, that is my writing on the left side. Most of the writing I do is not legible (which is somewhat intentional). Yes, I did work on this spread while on an airplane! I never finish spreads in one sitting though, this one took about two weeks to fully complete. I don’t prepare the surface of my journals – they are all altered books, and I usually just start slinging paint into them right from the get go. I plan on sharing my travel set very soon! It definitely helps make the time go by….
Wonderful spread! I so wish I could join you for open studio- but it’s kind of far from Northern Minnesota. What kind of white pen do you use?
Hi again! Some folks are really picky about their white pens, but I actually just use a ‘Y&C Gel Xtreme’ pen (usually from Blick). That is the same brand metallic pen I use too (in both a bronze & gold). I really don’t seem to have trouble with them! But I also use them for very fine detailing most the time – so they don’t get the wear and tear like my pitt pens do.
Thanks for the info!
Just brilliant. What wonderful talent you have. I am in love with your use of colour, line and form. Such a perfect balance.
thank-you kerry for such a wonderful comment!
I just adore your journaling style!
thank-you so much!
love your style! New to your blog. Would love to see what your travel kit looks like as I will be spending a lot if time on planes 🙂
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