Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Journal Pages from London - part 2/3

Last week I took you along on a tour of London through my smart phone photographs. This week I will show you the journal pages I made on my trip in a series of three posts. 

All I took  with me was a pocket watercolour set, a few drawing pens and a glue stick, oh and a journal of course. It's an A5 sized watercolour sketchbook. 

I will just let the pictures speak for themselves, but if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Enjoy!















On Friday I will show you the rest of the journal. Until then wishing you wonderful and artsy days!

14 comments:

  1. I can tell you right here and now that you did NOT fail to draw that female sculpture. I loved it and wouldn't even know where to begin drawing it...

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    1. Thanks Peggy, it's not that I don't like the picture. I just feel it looks more like a person than a sculpture. :-)

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  2. Cool pages. We went to London for our honeymoon in 2006. I chuckled when I saw the line "it rained for awhile." I think it rained every day on our trip. The British museum was the best museum I've ever been to!

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    1. Thanks Marcia. When I was there it only rained when we arrived and a little on that one day. It was mostly cloudy and very humid and sticky weather.

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  3. The pictures and journal pages are the perfect blend so you will always have the memories of a fantastic vacation in England. I enjoyed the trip with you!!!
    Barb
    USA

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  4. Caatje, Thank you so much for sharing! I loved both the picture posts as well as the journal page posts. You make me want to visit London, but not with any of my family & friends . . . with you! You appear to really know how to visit a city!

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    1. I'd probably be a lousy travel companion Redonna, I'm much too used to go my own way without thinking of anybody else (which is why I travel alone). You wouldn't get a say in anything, haha.

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  5. Love your journaling style, and your museum sketches/watercolors are divine! I believe they capture perfectly a moment between you and the art.

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  6. Wauw! Die met de silhoutten van de mensen bij de ingang (?) vind ik het allermooist!

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    1. Is de centrale hal vlak na de ingang. Dank je wel.

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  8. You will always have the memories of a fantastic vacation...

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