Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 10 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling


Today’s post bears little resemblence to the lesson it was supposed to be, which centered around printer transfers.  I discovered long ago that my inkjet does work well for transfers.  Possibly it might work if I had the inkjet transfer acetate used in the lesson.  But I don’t want to pay the money for aContinue reading “Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 10 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling”

Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 9 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling


Lesson 9 was to use a pointillist technique to color in a portrait and background.  I don’t think you can tell it very well from the photo, and my writing and dark lines take away from the effect. But I enjoyed this lesson quite a bit.  I’ve always loved pointillism. I think this is theContinue reading “Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 9 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling”

‘Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 8 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling


I did a lot of substitution for this project.  I didn’t have water-soluble graphite, so I used a regular 2B pencil.  I didn’t have tracing paper so I used deli-wrap paper (translucent vellum, translucent rice (silk tissue paper), and possibly-napkins or tissue wrap would work as well). I had a notepad with a raised pictureContinue reading “‘Creating Art at the Speed of Life’ – Day 8 #PamCarriker #ArtAtTheSpeedOfLife #ArtJournaling”

Pattern-A-Day 1 #artjournal #prompts #challenges


I”ve been a bit slow on the ball in posting about this. This is a pattern challenge that is a bit different from the way zentangle patterns are created, focusing more on the idea of repetition and art journaling, but I think a lot of you might find it interesting. Tammy Garcia has been creatingContinue reading “Pattern-A-Day 1 #artjournal #prompts #challenges”