Hi all, I’ve finally finished all my Life Book 2014 lessons.. YAY!
Here is one of my favorites, it was a Serena Bridgeman lesson that I used as a prompt, it looks nothing like the original lesson as I want to start developing my own ideas using Life Book as a spring board :)
I will be starting Life Book 2015 very soon, after I’ve finished redesigning my website :)
This was a life book lesson where we had to show the passage of time by painting a young face with white hair.
It was also a celebration of everything we have learnt during our year long course, which is now coming to a close.. However I have also signed up for Life Book 2015 YAY!!!!!
I thought that looking back on my first life book lesson in April 2014 would be a good way to show my progress throughout the year.
This was my first ever painted portrait made 9 months ago :) I really didn’t know what I was doing and was too scared to add much paint. I remember not really understanding the shading at all and feeling utterly out of my depth, but I did love the painting and hung it on my wall in amazement of what I had just created. :)
This is a recently completed Life book lesson from October, I added a funky whimsical wizard to this Halloween inspired painting..
Hello, hope you are all looking forward to the weekend and have lots of arting planned :)
Here is my latest lifebook lesson artwork.
It is supposed to represent inner strength etc etc.
The moon was made using a gorgeous mother of pearl modelling paste, inktense and acrylic.
The background is water-soluble crayon and acrylic.
The house is a collage element I cut from some paper sprayed with Dylusions ink spray.
And the Whale and mouse are acrylic and coloured pencil.
Hi all, I’ve been busy catching up with my Lifebook 2014 lessons as I’d fallen behind quite a bit, I’ve also signed up for 2 new online classes, Fabulous Faces by Tamara Laporte and Express Yourself by Jane Davenporte, which should keep me busy until Lifebook 2015 starts!! Hurray!
If you follow me on Instagram you will have seen that last weekend I did an amazing cycle ride into Kent, it’s one of my favourite routes which takes in a number of local parks, my secret wild wood, and some beautiful rolling hills surrounded by lush fields.
Here are some of the Lifebook art lessons I have managed to complete recently
This lesson by Carrissa Paige involved collage elements and acrylic paint, it was called ‘An Artsy Abode;
This was another Carrissa Paige lesson involving spray inks and contact paper image transfers called ‘Make Shift Magic’
This was an intuitive painting lesson by Tamara Laporte called ‘Exploring Intuition’
And lastly this was a lesson from Micki Wilde called ‘Today is a good day’ using acrylic paints, stencils and I added a few painted paper cuts