Illustrated Journaling

Illustrated Journaling - student project

Illustrated Journaling - image 1 - student projectDay 1: currently in love with this album

Illustrated Journaling - image 2 - student project

 

 Day 3: I am new to watercolours. I used to create using only pencil and/or charcoal because it was so daunting to put colours. Now, I am jumping out of my comfort zone. 

Illustrated Journaling - image 3 - student projectDay 4: These are some of the books that made me stay up all night and cry. Still working on "All the Light We Cannot See". I will try to find time to finish it.

Illustrated Journaling - image 4 - student project

Day 5. This is how it looked like whenever I am practicing. I have a small foldable table that I set up every time I paint then I sit on my bed because I don’t have enough space to place a decent desk. More clutter behind me there

Illustrated Journaling - image 5 - student project

Day 6. My day always starts with a good cup of coffee, either from Tim’s or Mcdonald’s. Then I head out to work. After my shift, I rest my awfully tired feet and wash up. I work as a nurse and who knows what I might be bringing in from the hosp...eek! I either head straight to bed after or chill out with my family, by watching movie together or eating out but you know, COVID, so, we just order out and eat at home. Sometimes, family bonding means grocery shopping too! Of course, gotta keep practicing, then wind down by listening to music, watching more Skill Share classes or YouTube vids then sleep, hoping to get as much sleep as I need for tomorrow’s shift. My day does not always go like this, though. This only happens when I work days, but if I work nights, it kinda depends on how much sleepy I am. But still has to start with COFFEE!