19 March 2016

Art Journalling


It has always been that I have more than one instance of myself on the Internet. I intend to keep this craft journal alive though I have other blogs and sites about travel and photography. Even if I feel that I have not travelled enough these days, I am still more mobile than most people. I just do not feel the need to publicly talk about my personal destinations anymore. Instead, I have focused more on art and crafts. I've always had my tools since I was young and always preferred the paint and the brush over the couch and TV set. Then there is always that moving picture in my head of colors and curves and lines that keeps me awake at night and urges me to take one of those many empty white sheets and drawing pads before intimidation of myself kicks in.

I am happy for outdoing myself in my art journalling. I have no more space to draw in my monologue notebook so I am up for a new challenge in filling out my other art pads that have been waiting jealously.

2 comments:

Kathy said...

I am completely obsessed with your entire blog! I love your art posts and I love to see all the skills and techniques you have. I am now very tempted to keep a visual journal myself and just draw and paint and colour to my hearts content :) One thing I find hard about putting colour/pen to paper is the fact that I just don't have enough time throughout my busy schedule of uni work and keeping up with that work at home later. Thank you for sharing, I look forward to seeing some more of your work :) x

kathy
www.alongcamekathy.blogspot.co.nz

Kim Halasan Nagal said...

Hi Kathy,

Thank you for your kind words. I've always loved art so I've decided to keep an art journal though it is challenging. I have a demanding day job but everyday I look forward to opening my art journals at the end of the day to just express myself.