The color Moonglow from Daniel Smith Fine Watercolors has become a staple on my palette and a favorite. In this video I demonstrate the properties I love the most about it and how I use it most often.
Video about must-have visual journaling supplies. I discuss what I personally use: watercolor, brushes, journals, pencils and more.
A visual journal can help you make sense of the themes and thoughts of your life. Whether you journal everyday or once in a while, it’s a powerful way to document and organize myriad experiences.
Sometimes you just need to break the ice to get started. Here’s a quick video of a visual journal prompt to help you get over “fear of the blank page.”
Visual journaling is sometimes called art journaling, where you fill a sketchbook, journal or altered book with mixed media. However, in this article I describe a meditative practice that specifically involves writing, drawing and watercolor painting as a way to explore your interior landscape – thoughts, ideas, feelings, etc.
At a glance, there’s futzing around and there’s “serious, quality” practice. Is futzing really a form of procrastination or is it legitimate practice? How do you know if you’re engaging in quality practice? We’ll explore these questions in this article.