Tuesday, November 06, 2012

doodling

 my 5x8 moleskin journal.  On these 8 pages I used collage, tombo markers, copic markers, hi-tec pens (I like the .5 size), rubber stamp, colored pencil, japanese tape, pencil, smudger.



17 comments:

  1. Fabulous !!! I love it.

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  2. I always love the depth of color you achieve. You are the person who introduced me to the wonders of Copic markers (at a one-day collage class at your annex) and I am hooked. But when I use them on most sketchbook paper I get a lot of bleed through--I don't see that on your pages and am wondering if that is because the Moleskine paper is better or do you have some secret you might be willing to share? :)

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    1. Anonymous1:12 AM

      have you tried clear gesso.... I use it on everything

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  3. Your work is so amazing.

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  4. wow. I have no words!!

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  5. the goose and fox are so awesome! did you draw those lil guys or did you collage them from somewhere?

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  6. As Always great art work!!!!!! I look forward to seeing what you will come up on your blog.

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  7. I especially love the third spread, with all the journaling. Aaaah.... fabulous! (I'm a sucker for words)

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  8. You are the best! You inspire me always!
    Ciao
    Bellalullo

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  9. Lovely work as always!
    xoxo
    Tara

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  10. I have a 'garden' of stacked river stones but none quite as gorgeous as these.

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  11. How beautiful, Teesha.

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  12. Oh Teesha! these are so magical and luscious! Miss you! So good to see your artful spirit glowing from the pages!

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  13. I love these pages an all are so different xx

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  14. Teesha, I too would love to know how you're able to avoid bleed through in your moleskin. I specifically stay away from them because of this. What's your secret?

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  15. Anonymous10:27 AM

    Love your journal pages. I am wondering which Moleskine book you are using? Is it the watercolor version? Also with these journals are you able to paint the background like you do in your handmade journals?Thank you for sharing your talent.
    Wendy

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