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Molotow Grafx Masking Fluid Pen – Tips and Tricks

  On the second-to-last day of my trip to Rome this summer, I was tired, lost, and wandered upon an art supply store on a narrow street near Piazza Navona. While there I discovered a product I’d not seen in the US before- masking liquid in a pen- and eagerly bought it for about 7€.…

How to pack a compact kit for making an art travel journal

My Travel Art Journal Kit

  Previously I’ve written about my favorite supplies, but when it comes to travel- especially international travel, the rules are different! In July 2017 I set off on a 25-day solo trip journeying from iconic spots in Italy, across the Adriatic and down the Croatian coastline and venturing into the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina.…

mindfulness bullet journal layout

Mindfulness Bullet Journal Layout – Minimalist Printable Version

I’ve been slowly revamping some of my bullet journal layouts in the last few months. I’m still loving the content, but finding bullet journaling is more fun and less overwhelming for most people when putting together a layout doesn’t require a large amount of time just to prepare a page to begin journaling. Instead, I’ve been focusing…

Spring 2017 Psychopathology II Course

  This term has felt like something of a controlled landslide, and although I have fewer credit hours than the last term, I’ve struggled more to keep up with various areas of my life. To that end, since I’m roughly 10 weeks behind on posting my weekly course notes, I’ve decided to collate the notes from…

Cheat Sheet of Super-Simple Handlettering Fonts

  You don’t have to be a master of Spencerian handwriting or embellished and flourished scripts to add hand-lettered charm to your bullet journal or classnotes. Recently I took a few minutes to catalog 21 different ideas for non-script hand-lettered fonts that build on basic handwriting (rather than requiring a light box and penciling in…

Student Tips For Taking Beautiful & Creative Notes During Class

Almost all good speakers- whether professional speaker or classroom instructor- structure their presentation similarly, moving seamlessly, between information and illustrations. They use stories as examples to capture our imaginations and weave them within periods of information presentation. This rhythm of speaking is the space in which beautiful notes have the space to grow. One of the…

Hand Drawn Laurel Wreath Doodles

Laurel wreaths are (one of) my recent doodling obsessions. Although I’m working my way through Umoto’s Drawing Cute Animal Illustration Book, I keep coming back to laurels in my sketchnotes and on the scrap pages in my notebook that I doodle on when a speaker is reviewing, answering questions, or telling stories. In my sketchnotes…

How to: Create a Shaded Doodle Note Banner

  In this post I’m going to demonstrate step by step how I create a banner with folds and shading. If you prefer to watch my process sped up, scroll on down to the video at the bottom of this post. For step by step instructions slowed down and broken into bit size pieces- keep…

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