Creating abstract and intuitive paintings is so much fun. I totally get into a flow and I am just focusing on the painting process. There is no thinking or planning, just painting and enjoying all those beautiful colors. I truely believe that EVERYONE can paint! There is absolutely no drawing experience needed. Today I am using watercolor pencils, a little bit of acrylic paint and Crayons. You don’t need any fancy or new art supplies! You can use what you have!
I made a bunch of autumnal Artist Trading Cards using up a lot of my Gelli Print Scraps. For these cards I used my favourite autumn stamp sets. The Carved Whimsy Wood and Textured Mushrooms! All stamps are linked at the end of the post.
For today’s art journal collage I am using some of my handmade collage papers. I decided to create a little scene with one of my house stamps.
Painting abstract with watercolors is super relaxing and so much fun. On this spread I used also metallic watercolors and some of my stamps.
On today’s abstract watercolor background in my art journal, I am using collage papers and Neocolor Crayons to make my marks. For the collage I am using gelli prints and also some scrap papers with left over paint.
Today’s abstrac art journal spread is painted with Neocolor II Crayons. These work just like watercolors. For more interest on the spread I am using some stamps from my Carved Collection and Pencil Marks sets.
Today I am creating a spread with the collage papers I made in one of my last videos. To have this collage fodder ready to go is perfect if you don’t have much time to make art.
I use mainly watercolors for this art journal spread and a bunch of stamps. I love playing intuitively, it such a calming and relaxing process. For final touches on this spread I used metallic watercolors.
I use mainly watercolors for this art journal spread and some of my handmade collage papers. This collage fodder is perfect when you don’t have much time to create.
In Today I am creating a Traveler’s Notebook Art Journal Cover using all those collage fodder I’ve made a while ago. I hope you enjoy the video.