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Traveling Journal | by mintandmellow

Traveling Journal | by mintandmellow

Keep a few pages in journal that look like this: A short list of the day's highlights, including the weather, bike rides, farmer's market trips, good food cooked for dinner, etc.

Keep a few pages in journal that look like this: A short list of the day's highlights, including the weather, bike rides, farmer's market trips, good food cooked for dinner, etc.

Over the years I have had folks inquiring about what tools/mediums I use in my visual journals. Thought I would share a bit, basically I start drawing with a Faber-Castell PITT artist pen (usually no pencil, just jumping in feet first with the ink), then I apply color with my Winsor & Newton watercolor traveling kit, and finally I punch up colors and add details with Prisma Color Pencils. (not shown here)

Over the years I have had folks inquiring about what tools/mediums I use in my visual journals. Thought I would share a bit, basically I start drawing with a Faber-Castell PITT artist pen (usually no pencil, just jumping in feet first with the ink), then I apply color with my Winsor & Newton watercolor traveling kit, and finally I punch up colors and add details with Prisma Color Pencils. (not shown here)

A semicolon represents a sentence the author could have ended, but chose not to. I am the author and the sentence is my life. My story hasn’t ended yet.

A semicolon represents a sentence the author could have ended, but chose not to. I am the author and the sentence is my life. My story hasn’t ended yet.

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