Do you see other artists draw faces with such ease that you instantly envy them? With this step by step tutorial, I’ll try to help you start drawing female faces today.
You’ll find all things art journaling: supplies, techniques, different tutorials, inspirational ideas and more. Let’s discover that inner artist of yours.
Do your art journal pages sometimes look unfinished, like there must be something more to them, but you just can’t figure out what you need to add or fix? What your art journal pages might be lacking is the interesting and appealing composition or organisation of the elements on the page. That’s why I wanted to share a solution to these problems by introducing composition in art.
I’m certain you and I can make wonderful watercolor art journal pages with a simple beginner’s approach. That’s why today, I’m sharing ideas for easy watercolor paintings for beginners. After you’ve done these mini-tutorials, you’ll be amazed at how watercolor painting can be fun and I’m sure you’ll discover how lovely it is to use watercolors.
With gratitude, we understand our past better and find the meaning in it. Also, the habit of being thankful makes us appreciate everything we experience or have at this moment. And as a cherry on top, gratitude helps us envision our future with deep thankfulness for things yet to come. That’s why I want to share gratitude journal prompts that you can use for your art journal and develop the habit of being grateful every day while making art along the way.
If you’re a bit intimidated by drawing things in your art journal thinking you have no drawing skills, you can still draw something simple and make your art journal pages interesting. To help you with that, I’ve prepared a list of easy things to draw in your art journal that you can do right away. They are super easy, cute and whimsical and they’ll take you just a few minutes.
I want to share some easy acrylic paint ideas that you can use in your art journal. Experimenting is the key when it comes to art journaling. The more you try out things and ideas, the more you’ll learn and become more confident in using different art supplies and media. So, I hope you’ll be inspired by these ideas.