So, here's my desk.
Mine doesn't fall into either of those categories - oh dear! You can't see it in this photo (so here it is on the left in all it's glory!) but I have covered my desk with a sheet of old lining paper as I am so messy. This lets me scribble notes on it and also not worry about over spraying my inks and paints. I should confess at this point that I've only starting to do this now that my white desk underneath is no longer white so guilt led me to trying to mitigate the problem. Ever heard of the saying "shutting the door after the horse has bolted?" Oops!
So this week I am continuing on my Art Journal journey and embracing drawing. The workshop I did with Kate Crane got me thinking about not being afraid to draw and I then watched a great video on u-tube by Vivian Sung Soon Keh. I loved art at school and I really want to get back to drawing and painting and my journal is a great place for this.
This page is not yet complete and ready to show (hence I've left it partly covered) as something is not quite right. Am I the only one who gets a project 95% done and find the last 5% the hardest? I don't want to spoil it but know I have to be brave and add more. I am experimenting with some old papers for this page ... have to see whether that is what's needed or else it back for a re-think!!
I have been using my gelatos and watercolour pencils on this project and also on another that's ready for my DT slot next week and I am really enjoying myself.
Have a great week everyone and thanks for stopping by my desk!