Homework + second Art Journal full

Doodles from schoolI was really inspired and impressed by Tom Judd’s drawings at 50up. He does kind of a diary where he totally fills a page each day with his drawings, doodles, text and the date in big letters. They are just amazing!

I filled one page in my note pad at school (it was a very boring class) with doodles, and when I came home
TisdagI coloured them with my pens. I didn’t use watercolours, and the drawing are not very similar to Judd’s drawings, but that’s just where I got my inspiration. It came out like a rainbow, crazy but happy. It makes me smile, and I wanna make lots more of these. I draw a lot in my notes at school, just for fun.

It was a fun little moment in time – to colour this page and see what would happen with the composition.

I decided to add this page to my art journal, to keep it safe.

It turned out like this:
Doodles and Tom Judd inspiration (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
This is the last page of my second Art Journal, I can’t believe I’ve already filled two whole sketchbooks of art!

Time flies!

I’ve got a similar one with a white/cream coloured cover to start in soon, but I haven’t had the time yet. Today I’m writing an article about scrapbooking.

Stretch fabricOn the right of the spread you can see a little scrap of the stretch fabric I bought last week. Isn’t it beautiful? I think it will look very nice with my new jeans when I make a sweater out of it, but I haven’t got a pattern yet. I’m thinking I might draw a pattern from a loved sweater I already own. We’ll see. Writing first, sewing later.

Sew you later…

Take care and thanks for all your wonderful comments this past week!

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4 Responses to Homework + second Art Journal full

  1. Yvonne says:

    Your drawings are so much fun and so colorful too. I really love that fabric scrap. The colors are amazing! It sure would look wonderful with jeans!!

  2. Bea says:

    Oh wow, Hanna! Great colorful doodles! I think you have to visit the boring class a lot! I want to see more of this!!! Cheers me up! Wow!

  3. naomi says:

    ~very cool~

    Kind of remind me of


  4. Piera says:

    Hi, I am an italian painter.
    I think that your sketches are interesting…your blog is fun and colored, I like see it.
    I have just start a sperimental project of -swap art-

    let me know if you want to exhibit something of yours there.

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