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    Thursday
    Nov132008

    Art Journaling: Lines

    Lines and patterns can be used in art journaling to add emphasis or embellish. Pen and ink strokes such as contour lines, parallel lines, cross-hatching, stippling, scribbling, wavy lines and criss-cross lines are described in Art Teachers Resource

    In All at Once, Jennifer emphasizes the sense of frustration and chaos using scribbles, cross-hatching, etc. It really pops on the dark background, giving the feel of graffiti or sidewalk chalk. The process is described at her blog, Life in the Arizona Desert. Shared with permission.

    Lots of line love in Randi Feuerhelm-Watts Journal Pages and Joei Lau's My Moleskine B-3. In his illustration of Oregan Nut Brown Ale, it's clear that Kurt Hollomon is a master of the line. I learned of his art through Danny Gregory's Illustrated Life Podcasts.

    Please share what you create!

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    WOW; thanks for featuring my journal entry in your blog post about lines!! Great links, and some wonderful inspiration!!

    11.16.2008 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer

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