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.
In this post, my goal is to show you different ways you can use a painting/palette knife in your art journal process and give you a few palette knife painting ideas. The painting knife gives many opportunities for experimenting and having fun with your art supplies.
If you love spring, you’re going to enjoy these spring art journal prompts. They’ll guide you to be more mindful about the season and all it brings while making wonderful, meaningful art.
I’ll share basic info on watercolor supplies for beginners so that you can decide which supplies are the right for you. You’ll learn about different kids of paper, brushes, and other supplies that are essential for the beginning of your watercolor journey.
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.
Even if you’re a complete beginner in art journaling and using watercolors, you can still create amazing watercolor art journal pages. I’m going to share a few easy watercolor art journal pages you can do in 20minutes or less. They require no special skills, and above all, they are fun to make!
Do you have a beautiful journal or a notebook that’s just collecting dust on your shelf? Let’s see why this journal is so scary, why you constantly leave it alone on the shelf, and what you can do about it.