Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Junque Journal (part 5)

And yet some more pages:

#24 Real Red with some Metallic Bright Red mixed in. Didnt turn out as red as I would have liked though. Added a little doodle on the side using a black paint pen.

#25 I think this one turned out so pretty. Just a caribbean blue with some doodle swirls made using a silver paint pen.

#26 HOT... was attempting to make flames. Dont know if it actually looks like flames... I do think it looks cool. Or maybe I should say it looks hot LOL

#27 I dont know, wall paper maybe? Dusty mauve, petal pink, baby pink, and a slim line of silver (painter pen).

#28 Seeing red? This is the red I was going for before. I havent decided yet how to "finish" this page. Maybe gold? Maybe silver? Or maybe just some black or white? I really love this red. Oh yeah that is a new feeling for me. I never did like red or pink, but I do now.

#29 Another simple page with no decorations. I mixed the colors myself to get a dusty green to go with the green in the paper.

#30 Completely in the dark. I tried to get this one as black as possible, which did require a couple coats of paint. Then I used a white paint pen to make the corner decorations.

#31 I dont know what this is. I included it here to show you that not everything makes sense and not everything turns out anywhere near what I had in mind LOL

#32 Just a mixture of my favorite colors. I just love how they blend together.

That's it for now. I still have more pages that I havent photographed yet, and of course I still need to paint a few more pages. But the book is almost done and ready to use.

Thank you for looking, and of course I enjoy reading your comments/thoughts on this subject.

This Junque Journal was inspired by Tangie Baxter.
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