50+ Quotes On Art And Creativity To Inspire Your Inner Artist
Art Journaling

50+ Quotes On Art And Creativity To Inspire Your Inner Artist

If you’re artistic but struggle with creativity blocks and need fresh inspiration or encouragement, why don’t you try using quotes in your art? They can be inspiring, motivating and above all, by reading them, you feel you’re not alone, there’s at least one person feeling the same way you do. If you’re into art journaling, these art and creativity quotes can be an interesting addition to your pages, especially the journaling part.

How To Paint With Watercolor: A Beginner’s Guide To Watercolor Basics
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How To Paint With Watercolor: A Beginner’s Guide To Watercolor Basics

If you’ve been wondering how to paint with watercolor because you’re an absolute beginner, this guide will help you start using watercolor and set the grounds for you to learn wonderful things you can do with this medium. Learn about watercolor supplies, techniques and amazing characteristics of watercolor.

Best Pens for Doodling: In-Depth Guide for Art Journalists
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Best Pens for Doodling: In-Depth Guide for Art Journalists

Picking a pen for doodling is not easy, although it looks that way, you need to find the one that fits all your needs so your doodling is stress free (as it’s supposed to be). That’s why I’m sharing the best pens for doodling I’ve used over the years. I’ll show you the good and the bad sides of each of these pens and tell you where you can get them.

What’s Contrast in Art and How to Use It in Art Journaling to Add Interest?
Art Journaling

What’s Contrast in Art and How to Use It in Art Journaling to Add Interest?

The contrast in art is basically putting two opposing elements in the same place. It’s one of the basic art principles used by designers and artists all over the world. First, I’ll explain why contrast in art is important, then I’ll share all the different types of contrasts you can achieve, and finally, you’ll have a few prompts for creating contrast on your pages.