Hi and welcome to another art journal layout. Today I am playing with rice papers, pastes, markers, papers and more!

video tutorial

You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel

close-up photos

Check the close-up photos below where you can see all the details better!


using the sand paste through a stencil on the background gave the page an amazing texture!

I was able to bring the cut outs into life by adding brigher colors and shadows with my markers

never forget to add some sketchy lines with a fine black marker and a white gel pen… they really make a difference

supplies

Below you can find a list of all the products used today. Links to multiple online shops are available, just click the logo below each item. Affiliate links used where possible at no extra cost to you.

A5 Mixed Media Paper Journal
[ ACH | SBC | SSS ]
Rice Paper – Lady
[ SBC | ACH ]
Secret Diary 12×12 Paper Pad – Stamperia
[ ACH | SBC | SSS ]
sandy paste
[ SSS ]
rice paper glue
[ SBC | ACH | SSS ]
Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen Dual…
[ CRF ]
Matte Glue
[ ACH | SSS | SBC ]
Dye Ink Pad – Black Shadow
[ SBC | SSS | ACH ]
Dye Ink Pad – Coffee
[ SBC | SSS | ACH ]
Stamperia – Allegro Paint – Ivory -…
[ SBC ]
WHITE Gelly Roll Pens Set of 3
[ SSS | SBC ]
Liquitex Acrylic Ink
[ AMZUS ]
Trowel Spatula
[ ACH | SBC | SSS ]
Tim Holtz – Glass Media Mat
[ SBC | SSS ]

2 Comments

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  2. Such a pretty page! Using the Pitt pens really brought the bird to greater life!! I purchased 2 Pitt pens at a fine art store here in Tucson (Arizona) years ago (after watching you work with them) and enjoy using them mostly for shading and on occasion to highlight a focal point (as you did with the bird). In recent trips to a local Joann’s Craft Store I noticed they are now carrying sets (small and large) of Pitt Pens. Since they are more expensive than my budget will allow, unfortunately, I appreciate hearing that colored pencils can also be used. I would have thought the glue — even though dry — might not allow pencils to work. I’ll give it a try!!! Personally I enjoy watching you work with the Pitt pens — regardless of my budget restrictions. Thank you so much for the video, Vicky!

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