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In & Out of Studio 3D
Monday, 31 December 2018
2018 Year in Review
Topic: Multi-Technique

This year I did a lot of trying out new things as well as renewing old skills. Most of my creative energies were spent on quilting, drawing, making drawing tutorials, lettering, making lettering tutorials, Bible journaling and watercolor painting. Other pursuits included lots of travel, taking online classes and reading.

In reviewing my activities, I chose my top 10 favorite results.

In July, I completed a watercolor painted card front every day of the month. I chose three favorites.

Love the way the drawing of these boots came out:


This is my best attempt of painting fur:


And this painting came out so well, too:


In Bible journaling I was especially pleased with two.

For the use of a vellum tip-in and my hand carved rubber stamp:

For how this drawing came together from an original concept:


I made one handmade book this year and filled it with lettering from the Lettering Lodge at Creative Bible Journaling:


Another lettering project I loved was this piece with bounce lettering:


I made a beaded bracelet I learned in a class:


I completed one pen & ink drawing for a 'Be Thankful For' challenge in November:


And, finally, this is my favorite of the 14 quilts I completed this year:


Overall, it was a very successful year. It was hard to choose so few as favotires as I really didn't have any real 'stinkers'.

I hope you stick around to see what's shaking in 2019. I plan to keep creating!

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 3:52 PM PST

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