Art journal with Inktense & Dylusions
This mixed media art journal page was created using Derwent Inktense pen (color Bark) and two colors of Dylusions inks (Pomergranate seed and Vibrant turqoise). I hoped using dark brown Inktence pen together vith vibrant Dylusions inks and white color would create a lovely variety of muted pastel colors - and it did. I also used a little bit of acrylic paint to add more color to certain parts of the page.
To see how I made this mixed media art journal page and how to draw a simple lily flower, click the link to Youtube time lapse video tutorial at the end of this page.
LIST OF SUPPLIES
- white background
- white gesso for priming the page
- stencil (no name, Aliexpress)
- white modeling paste, I used Panduro
- Dylusions spray inks: Pomergranate seed & Vibrant turqoise
- Dylusions white ink and/or diluted white gesso for splatters
- acrylic paint: white & skin color (Louvre/Lefranc & Bourgeois)
- black ball point pen (optional) and a medium sized permanent black marker
- white Pitt artist pen (Faber Castell)
- white gel pen
- cheese cloth
- small (4 mm) acrylic rhinestones
- small butterfly (I cut out my butterfly from Mulberry kisses paperpad)
- a small stamp & black ink, I used Ranger Archival Ink
- sentiment: Project Life card (Becky Higgins/Kristin Nohe Jucks)
- washi tapes
- gel medium, hot glue or craft glue to adhere the embellishments
HOW TO MAKE THIS ART JOURNAL PAGE
The page is primed with white gesso. I started with the Inktence pen / pencil, then used white modeling paste with a stencil to both sides of the page. Next step I added water and inks to the page and finished everything up with black and white markers and a white gel pen.
I added pieces of cheese cloth to both sides using matt medium and adhered the sentiment card and other embellisments with hot glue. You could use craft glue as well. The sentiment card is cut out from a Project life card by Becky Higgins.
Remember to clean up your stencil and brushes immediately after use with warm water and let everything dry before you go on to the next step!
Watch a Youtube timelapse video tutorial (length 7 minutes) on the process of how to make this page and how to draw a lily:
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