Posted by Peg in South Carolina
I have been enjoying working with my E-sketchbook. Earlier I had shown an example of a page using both images and words. Here is an example of what a two-page spread looks like:
There are no images, only words. The two red quotation marks might be considered design elements. The pages are not complete either in words to be entered or in the design layout. But possibilities for making an attractive and also useful layout are, I hope, clear.
Some of this you may recognize as having been pulled from a blog post. Entered here in the E-sketchbook, that information should be easier to access. It will also be easier to add additional information, ideas, and/or images.
What you see on these two pages are ideas I am using for my next crackle piece. For now I am keeping them in this E-sketchbook because of their applicability to all sorts of future weaving projects. I am close to being ready to start developing ideas specifically in relation to my next project, and those will go into my folder for that project, not here in my sketchbook.
SOME ONLINE RESOURCES
To read more about E-sketchbooks, check out this article: Electronic Sketchbook and Electronic Portfolios.
Another article to check out: How Keeping a Daily Sketchbook Benefits Artists and Designers. This particular article raises a serious question for me. Should I make this into a daily sketchbook? My fear, if I do that, is that this E-sketchbook will take over my life. Is this a realistic fear?
Related Post: Starting a New E-Sketchbook