This is my opening page in my homemade Haiti Travel Journal, which I am sharing just because it’s the kind of format that I am always trying to encourage my art journal students to try. The basic idea is that entries don’t have to be created in a linear format, meaning a list from the top down of all the things done in a day. Just sketching items in a random fashion and then adding words around them is so much more fun, and a lot more forgiving too if you happen to forget something. I used the cloud date heading as a standard format on each page, but the drawings just went wherever there was room for them.
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