Thursday, February 4, 2010

Random Art Journal Video

Trying to escape into my imaginary world. Real world keeps barging in these days.



26 comments:

Brian K said...

Oh sooo cool! I love how this came out! Thanks for the video! Very inspiring!

Joanne Huffman said...

I really enjoyed this video. I definitely have to organize my studio, so I'll have time to get to work.

Caity said...

AWESOME!! Thank you so much, Diana, for sharing that - it was fascinating to watch you work!

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scj said...

Thanks so much for this Diana. I really love these videos. Was that a dry cloth you were using to wipe the paint?

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sisa said...

Thank you very much for this inspiring video. I have your book and did the "Time to spill" exercise on page 13 last night. Getting started is always the hardest part for me, but with your instructions I jumped in and had a great time. Thanks too for your link to the bookbinding workshop with Less Herger. I enjoy it!
Suzanne

Mary said...

Thanks Diana, I have been a little stuck in my journaling lately.

Jeannie said...

Thank you so much! It was so much fun to watch you work ~ you are so inspiring. Have a fantastic weekend.

June said...

I just love this process...sometimes I think too much when I am art journaling. I am definitely going to try your approach. Thanks for sharing this video.

lyric said...

how lovely to get to know your work - it's fresh and fun!

HollyM said...

It amazes what people are willing to share and the effort I'm sure it took to do so.i love this video! It looks like you're having fun, it's inspirational.

Christine said...

Woah! This is really amazing. I am soooo inspired. Thank you for sharing this awesome video :-)

Nancy said...

Very cool page...feeling the same way (escaping!) I just got your book, Journal Spilling and I am heading out to Michaels to buy some needed supplies--that brayer looks very handy! I also have some gel medium--is there any use for it besides for transfer? Also, your video shows your pages kind of shined--was that from the video? or your supplies?

Thank you Diana--you have put an inspiration into me!!!

judy coates perez said...

great tutorial Diana, it is always fun to see how other people work.

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jet1960 said...

Thanks for taking the time to do this! So enjoyed seeing how the page spread came together. I purchased your book, Journal Spilling, not long ago, and think it is wonderful!

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Paula Phillips said...

Great video Diana! I just happened upon your blog today, we have a similar style and I am super inspired from your video.
Much Love

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Midge said...

YOU are a very generous person and I THANK YOU for sharing all of your creative time! Hugs, Midge

Itaya said...

Oh wow! This is awesome! Love the intuitive randomness of it all. Thank you for sharing this awesome video. :)

juicy*s said...

Diana...I always love checking out your blog and am reviewing your tutorials. You are such and inspiration. I am going to "TRY" to get into your Creative Revolution! It is a cool idea and with you at the helm, it should be a great experience!

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Vanilla said...

This is so great!!!! OHHHH the freedom. I have been meaning to work on paper, but only in oils on big canvases do I feel so free. But you really inspired me. Thanks for your great tutorial!

Jo Anne O. said...

I have to let you know that I have your book and it is FAB! (some people read novels at bedtime...I read Journal Spilling!)

Seeing you in action is fun and inspiring! Thanks for all you do and for sharing it with us!