Art Journaling by 5s – Part 5a – VIDEO!

Journaling by 5’s – Art Journaling Video

Here is Part 3 of my version of Shannon Green’s challenge.  Enjoy!  I finally received my Dylusions paints, and was able to use them in this challenge/video!  🙂

Journaling by 5’s – Parts 1 & 2 – VIDEO!

As promised, another video today!  I decided to play along with Shannon Green’s “Journaling by 5’s”.  It’s quite popular on Youtube, and she even has a Facebook group.  The idea is to complete 20 art journal pages, using 5 sets of prompts, with a 15 minute time limit for each prompt.  Confused yet?  I know I was, until I watched Shannon’s video here.

Well, I’m not much of a rule follower, and I’m a slow art journaler, so this is MY VERSION of her challenge.  I started out trying to give myself the time limit, but found it difficult, and not really enjoyable.  So, I turned off the timer, and just started to play. Then, the happy happened!

I should add that I said in the video that I only did 10 pages, but apparently I can’t count, because I did actually do 20 lol.

Here’s my video.

On to Step 3…

Playing in my Studio – VIDEO!

This is part one of this particular project.  I’m just experimenting with textural mediums and color.  I hope you enjoy it!  If you have any questions AT ALL, please ask!  I would be happy to respond.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

I’ve got another video to show you tomorrow, so come on back!  🙂

Stencil Storage Video!

So, after a few requests on Facebook, through the various creative groups I belong to, I finally did a little video of my stencil storage solution.  It’s not really “finished”, but you get the idea, and a little peek at my *VERY* messy studio lol.

Here’s the link to the “J” hooks that I used to hang my stencils.

They look like this:

J hook

Video Tour of My Art Studio!

Art Journal Flip – Video

Hello my friends!  I made a video last night with my webcam.  I have had this webcam for a couple of years, but have never been able to figure out how to get audio with it.  I’ve been making my videos with my little point and shoot camera, which works fine, but has limited space, so I got annoyed with having to stop recording, upload to my computer, and continue recording, and all my footage is broken into smaller clips.  So, with the help of an online friend (thank you, Christy!), I got the audio working, and recorded my video.  That part was easy.  So, now the fun part starts – the editing.  I imported all the footage into Windows Live Movie Maker, and begun to play.  I generally enjoy the video editing.  I guess it’s because I get to be creative with animations, and special effects.  So, after several hours of editing (yes, hours!), I’m almost finished, when the program crashes.  The computer screen goes blank, and nothing will work.  Restart the computer.  Safe mode.  Nope.  It’s gone.  I had to start again from scratch.  This time, I remember to SAVE FREQUENTLY!  But, after just a couple of minutes, it crashes again.  And again.  And again.  grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.  So, I chat a bit with some of my fellow video makers, and it seems that using a webcam isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.  There seems to be some kind of a compatibility issue with WLMM.  So, back to using my little point-n-shoot until I can do some research and figure out what kind of camcorder I should get.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  I’m on a PC, with Windows 7, and Windows Live Movie Maker for editing.  ANYONE?  I would really appreciate some help with my research.

So, I did eventually get my video finished – with very few animations and special effects.  It’s an art journal flip of my pages from Christy Sobolewski’s 30 Pages in 90 Days class.  I was able to complete 15 out of the 30 pages (not all of them are in the video, just in case you’re counting lol).  I did a couple of them in other journals until I decided to take a journal apart and work on the loose pages, like Christy does in her class.  She is running one more live class, and registration is open now.  The class will start on June 10.  This will be the last live class.  After that, the class will be offered in a self-study format.  I highly recommend the live class.  Although there are certainly some advantages to the live class (immediate gratification), the community of the live class is a fantastic experience.

So, here’s my vid:

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