Since the first bird journal is 95% done, I needed a new journal to take with me on my travels. My father is having knee replacement surgery on Monday and I'm going to stay with him for a while until he settles in at home to my satisfaction. Living alone is extra difficult at times like these. I need something to work on while spending hours at the hospital this week.
As a quick Saturday project, I pulled out a sheet of Fabriano watercolor paper, tore in into 5.5" strips and then tore those in half. I folded them in half, burnished the crease, and stacked them into five signatures of two pages each.
Ready to go. I've packed my travel art supplies: fine tip markers, watercolor pencils, a water brush, white ink, glue pen, and tiny scissors. I gathered and printed a stash of bird images to collage.
Hopefully, I'll get to upload interim images this week of my work in it. Of course, I'm also taking my reagular Moleskine journals that I sketch projects in. Some of those to post as well.