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Flip-Thru: Exacompta Journal

A quick flip-through of my exacompta journal {5.5x8" exacompta sketch book, with a silver edge to each page}, with a bit of everything -- watercolors, neocolors, doodles, backgrounds, collage, mandalas, and a few little drawings by my kids. 

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Reader Comments (11)

i've always loved journal flip-throughs! you have such beautiful pages, so full of color and pattern. you must have a rainbow-colored soul.

I am SUCH a fan of flip-through videos. They give me such a better sense of people's journals than still shots. Love all those mandalas...amazing!

06.25.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndria

Lovely and inspiring... Wish I could especially flip back to star catcher for a closer look. Nice choice with the background music, too. Thank you.

06.25.2011 | Unregistered CommenterApril

I just love the creativity. LOVE the page that starts at 1:24! so much inspiration! Thanks

06.26.2011 | Unregistered CommenterJulia

LOVed this glimpse into your journal, Tammy! Truly an inspiration! Hugs, Terri xoxo

06.26.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTerri Kahrs

Yummy yummy yummy!!!

06.26.2011 | Unregistered CommenterNaNa

That was really interesting. I like the building landscapes and the pinky/orange abstract with circle prints towards the end. As someone new to journaling it's nice to see how others present their pages within a context of a book rather then page by page. The music was lovely too

06.26.2011 | Unregistered CommenterLianne

Ingrid, What a lovely comment... and I believe your soul is bursting with magic + love!

April, There's a link to Star Catcher in the post - take a looky. Thank you for your note about the music, I think good music makes a difference.

Julia, The art at the 1:24 point was created with watercolor and frisket - an experiment. I did a little mini-video... here's the link:

Andria, Terri + NaNa, Thank you for stopping by and saying hello.

Lianne, I agree about the benefit of seeing the pages together, in their natural environment. I kind of see this one as a drawing journal even though I do more than draw. It's a little of everything.


06.26.2011 | Registered Commentergypsy

Tammy...thanks for sharing!

06.27.2011 | Unregistered CommenterMary

Just looking at this now, it was midsummer this weekend so I'm behind on reading blogs. Love this journal, my favorites are the houses in green, blue etc. Very cool!

PS: I've changed my blog rss feed, and link to the main page. Please update your blog roll, thanks!

06.29.2011 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

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