Ruaridh Newbery

Ruaridh Newbery

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Amazing art journals/sketchbooks

Sea Shell Journal with watercolor sketches. Start with favorite shells that you have already collected and then take it on future trips to the beach for doodling and painting potential.

Fashion Knitwear Sketchbook exploring micro-art influenced structure & colour of knitted fabrics // Floating in The Great Ether, Laura Collier.    This is a good example of how i could develop my project, and the artist gives examples of using knitting to recreate the cells or bacteria.

MICROSCOPIC - Fashion Knitwear Sketchbook exploring micro-art influenced structure & colour of knitted fabrics // Floating in The Great Ether, Laura Collier

Keep a journal. I usually take my old journals, cut them apart, and repurpose them in my new journals. Life is made of cycles. So my journals are cyclical. I like this messy journal.:                                                                                                                                                      More

I just realized that Grandma Marilyn had her own version of a junk journal/ art journal/ smashbook, decades before they became a trend! She had little notebooks similar to this, in which she doodled and glued magazine clippings with artsy stuff.

At its essence, a student sketchbook should emulate that of a practising artist. With photographs providing evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, this beautiful sketchbook page – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – does exactly that.

evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, these sketchbook pages – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – .

By Syukri Shairi Taken from: archatlas                              …

Love finding those creative sketchbook pages so I can use them as an inspiration for my own journal. / By Syukri Shairi Taken from: archatlas