The Documented Life Project, Week 8:
"It's Worth Repeating." In the
collage above, I repeated shapes, (cloud-
shapes, flame-shapes, circles)
types of lines -thick and thin, and colors.
The diagonal lines create movement.
Below, a reference to the Periodic
Table of Elements...
Below, Week 10: Mark-Making as a
Layer Element. The shape, thickness,
and direction of the marks (or lines)
on the page will lead your eye
around the composition.
I keep in mind that in Western Art, we
"read" things from left to right, top
to bottom, and I place the elements
of the composition in a way
that leads the eye over the page
without getting "stuck" in one spot.
There are two pages for each
week's spread, and I've chosen to
do them separately, rather than one
large composition, but with an effort
to make them work together.
Above, Week 11: Borders...
"Borderline, feels like I'm going to
lose my mind..."
I decided to create a brain diagram
inspired by early drawings/theories.
This is not scientifically researched on
my part...I just wrote in some characteristics!
Linking up with Elizabeth for
T Tuesday, and offering this
Pumpkin Pie~Apple Muffin recipe...
to go along with whatever
beverage you are having today.
Of course, mine is coffee, rather
than tea. Join the T Tuesday
gang for coffee, tea, art, or
whatever is going on!
Tomorrow begins my adventure into
Fake Journaling for the month of April.
You can click on the pink (dog) icon
in the sidebar to read more about
International Fake Journal Month,
or visit me at
to see my real journal, by a
fake character! No foolin'.
You might even decide
to try an alternate
reality and join us
in making a