YAY! I love it! It's like being in your class all over again! I love that you share your thoughts in the moment of why you choose to use different elements.I can just picture Tracy in camera Heaven while filming this. Is it possible for Tracy to film over your shoulder, so we can see the page right side up? The way it's filmed now does remind me of being gathered around you in class, so it's a class-eye view which brings back wonderful memories. I can't wait to tell my journal arty pals to visit your new video clips. Thank you for always adventuring, playing and growing!
Love love love the videos - keep em coming
have been enjoying these IMMENSELY - teesha, thank you so much for taking the time to generously share this with us. as always, i am in awe at you and tracy's spirit of art - always inspiring - which i am sure, is the point!xoxo,kecia
Thank you so much.I solved the video problem by rotating my laptop.
I thought the upside down view might be a problem. some viewers have given us some ideas we will play with. sorry about that. and tracy got an earful during the collage videos when he didn't zoom in or anything. he said he was mesmerized at what I was doing...LOL we will fix all that hopefully in the next ones.
Wonderful info and inspiring! thanks for all the great images and explanations you've given. upside down was actually pretty interesting...keeps you from focusing on what the image is supposed to be & more on the shape & color! I made one of these little journals & posted my first page on my blog. Thank you so much for the inspiration!
P.S.--I also linked to your blog so everyone can see your amazing work!