If you don’t like your doodles and drawings, maybe all you need is a bit of inspiration and more simplicity. That’s why I’m sharing cute and easy doodles to draw for beginners in art journaling.
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.
If you need inspiration or ideas for your art journal pages, here are 19 ideas that I’d like to share with you. Use them to break your creative blocks and they’ll inspire you to expand on them and continue creating in your own way.
Quotes are an amazing source of inspiration. That’s why I wanted to share these painting quotes to inspire you and your art. You can also learn a lot from them and I’m sure they’ll inspire you.
If you’re a beginner and want to learn a few new things about acrylic paint, here are 13 acrylic painting tips.
These 13 watercolor tips for art journaling beginners will change some limiting habits you may have developed over time, and you’ll transform your paintings into beautiful images in a matter of days.
If you love quotes and find them inspiring, then you’ll love these drawing quotes. Check them out, and maybe you’ll be inspired for a new art journal page.
Whether you’re a complete beginner or more advanced, this color theory for artists guide will help you learn new things or refresh the knowledge you already have. My aim is to help you understand color theory so you can experiment with it and use it in your art journaling process. I’m sure you’ll find interesting things and color combinations that will spark your creativity and give you inspiration.
Here’s a list of art journal tips that I feel can help you transform your pages into art you’re really going to love and enjoy. I share mindset tips, stamping and stencilling tips, composition tricks, and other useful bits I know can help you.