Monday, July 26, 2010

Sketchbook Art

I've finished pages 4 & 5 of my moleskine for the Sketchbook Project 2011 and keeping with my theme of "Below the Surface", I did a two-page spread of a submarine. For this one, I used paint, markers and pens.  Simple, but with a powerful and inspirational quote. It's never really dark...there is always light somewhere, even if it's deep within our own souls...it's there. :)

I also did the second page of my Gypsy Journal. For this journal, I am taking text from a page of a magazine, using it to create a mini-story and then creating a page to match.


Pictures
Still life snapshots
create a real-life sense of being
transported
ponder little moments
silence
connect to the world

This week I will work on my next Exploration task and a digital art piece involving four of my girlfriends as "just arrested" party girls! You won't want to miss that one!

3 comments:

Lita said...

Your work on the submarine far surpassed any expectations I had about it! Wonderful job, Laura! Who needs digital art when you could be this creative without it! Lovely quotes too ☺

shabby*girl said...

Loving all these recent blog posts and ART!!!!! You go, girl! Big hugs!

Laura said...

Thanks girls! Starting my next pages already! :)