Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Did someone say Halloween ... ?!

Image by Itkupilli
(Itkupilli Etsy shop here)

Although I'm not overly keen on Halloween I can't deny it's becoming more and more of a celebratory festival over here in the UK. It seems to get bigger every year, and the shops are full of costumes and decorations. Even this morning I have been carving pumpkins with my children!

And I do love a bit of Halloween art journaling!

Image by Itkupilli

Well, I've been doing a lot of teaching lately, and I'm getting ready too dash off again for a few days 'down south' at The Artistic Stamper. See you soon!

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Mini journaling ...

Ha ha! Just a quick post today to share my latest mini journal page - 'Agatha Crown' by Magda Polokow for Stampotique Originals. Isn't she cute?! And just the perfect size for my mini Moleskine art journal.


Thursday, 2 October 2014

Quickie mini journaling

I just love working in my mini journal (I use a 15x10cm Moleskine). I had a background in my journal which I didn't like so I covered it up and then added a scan of one of my doodle pages (getting plenty of mileage out of this one LOL!) Giving myself a pep talk here about my procrastination tendencies ......

If you don't usually work this small, try it! Ir's quick, it's fun, and it's a great size to carry around.


Wednesday, 1 October 2014

A new month.

Phew! I got a bit behind with my calendar for a while and I hate that! I've been doing this for a number of years now and occasional gaps and missing months are inevitable but I'm not happy when it happens so I'm always relieved more than anything else when I manage to catch up. My apologies for the missing link last month - what can I say? Life got in the way! Feel free to link up twice to make up for the missing link at the beginning of September.

Don't forget you can catch up on the Facebook group and on flickr too.

Right, I'm off to get ready of october now ......

Thursday, 25 September 2014

The evolution of a doodle...

I'm still happily working away in my Art Doodle Love book. This book has really encouraged me to draw, and then draw some more! I love that I can take it around with me easily, and consequently I have drawn in the book here, there and everywhere! Here's a just a few pics to show you how the pages evolve.

I mostly use a combination of Polychromos and Prismacolor pencils, along with a fine PITT pen and a white Signo Uniball.

And if there are bits on a page that I like, I scan them and then use them in other projects!