Day Four: (continued)
I worked on this page spread yesterday before soccer (Both B&L have a game every Wednesday night - it's SO much fun!), but I didn't have a chance to post up the image. I'll have day five up here sometime today . . . have LOTS to do, but this will be part of my to do list!
11in by 14in
pencil, watercolor pencils, extra fine sharpie marker
The left page is sketches with notes about why I decided to draw each of these random images. This entire page was done using red and blue papermate pens. The right side is a collage using old book pages, bits of maps, chai wrappers, Asian images, scrapbook paper, blue papermate pen, pink gel pen, green gel pen. The phrases say:
Take pride in how far you've come.
Have faith in how far you can go.
There will be more later, I'm sure. I wanted to turn the page and keep going, but I can't neglect work. I'm sure I'll be back on here later on with more.
I'll post a picture of the cover once it's complete. I'm going to add elements to it every so often throughout the month.
Day one: The inside cover is a print-out about how October is a month of art and why. Then, the first page is a random collage with some links to sites of inspiration printed out in the middle.
Day two: I printed out a livejournal entry and deckled the edges before attaching it to a random paper arrangement.
Day three: This is an experiemental series -- similar to some work I've done before, I'm taking it a bit further tomorrow. I'm going to work using different mediums and incorporate other assemblage visuals.
Hope you enjoyed! I made sure to cut the mess of my desk out of each image -- it looks like a small tornado has blown through here. I can't believe I can find anything.