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Get Messy Friday- Season of Contrast Week 2


It's a new season over at *Get Messy, the Season of Contrast! So for the  next few weeks I'm working in this  handmade journal.

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My pages this week were all inspired by other Get Messians!

This first page is actually one I started last week. I had made the background with gelli prints and then spray paint over top, and while I loved the look, I didn't feel inspired to journal on it.
So this week I used it as my base for some intuitive painting (following Riet's tutorial).

My next page is inspired by both Amy Maricle and Elly Mack. They're both so good at doing repetitive lines and marks, and I tried to do some of that on this page.



Last week Sasha shared a tutorial for printing faces on the Get Messy blog, that I had to try!  I actually followed the tutorial to print both a face and then a moon, using Tombow dual brush pens.

I thought this was fun because I ended up with a slightly different look then when I just do my normal drawings.



That's it from me this week!

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5 comments:

  1. Love these. The half human, half universe really speaks to me!

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  2. I love how you are experimenting with different styles and techniques for the last 2 seasons! It really ensures me again and again that you are good at any kind of art you do! ;)

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  3. I love your free thinking marks! <3

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