Today I did a deep dive into Pam's Creative Sketchbooking class on Creative Bug. It was like having my own private art retreat with Pam and Mary Ann, except I could pause Pam whenever I wanted too and rewind her to watch again. I sat in the living room drinking coffee and watched all 4 classes and then, sufficiently inspired, I gathered supplies.
Including these acrylics that have not seen the light of day in quite some time. Please forgive the state of my acrylic palette. I gave up long ago trying to clean it between uses.
Next I started on the mesmerizing "task" of cutting some triangle shapes.
After which, I mixed up a drink, cued up the class, got out the sketchbooks and a pen, and followed right along.
This is my favorite kind of class. It's all about the process and just having fun. I am picking up new tips though... things like "color balance on the page" and "expanding my doodle vocabulary".
None of this is finished, although I did decide the butterfly I started some weeks back during facetime sketchtime needed a creative sketchbooking triangle border. I love going back to old pages and adding new elements.
Tomorrow I am headed back for more hi-jinx. I am not sure of anything I am doing except that I am enjoying the heck out of myself and that is what days off were made for.