I got inspired from a class I recently took with Mountain View Artist Jacqueline Ernst. We learned how to get better at sketching while travelling. The class was very laid back and Jackie was very flexible with the class schedule. She’d pretty much teach us whatever we wanted to learn or try. It was a great class, very friendly and supportive. Jackie makes faux postage. Her stamps are very intricate and reflect her past travels. I was fascinated by them and quickly sketched some in my journal.
These are the sketches which I scanned and colorized in Photoshop. I made a stamp border and added type. They aren’t as detailed as Jackie’s, but they’re me. 😉
I recommend a class with Jackie. Her studio is warm and cozy and her personality is infectious.
A shout out to ya Jackie. I’ll be back for another workshop soon.
Love the faux postage. I’ve taken a page from your book and tried to journal daily on ATCs…or at least more often. Thanks, it’s fun! And I have your “go for it” attitude (or am trying to, at least).