JKIS2016 Wk29 – Cityscape

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JKIS2016 Wk29 – Cityscape (lesson by Mike Deakin Art)
This week we are super happy to have Mike Deakin as our guest artist on JKIS. He has provided us with an awesome, quick-and-easy rainbow cityscape journal page. I really enjoyed previewing his lesson and I’m sure y’all are going to love it too. Thanks for the awesome page Mike!
As always, we welcome your questions and we’re here to help you…just post questions here or email your instructor. If you haven’t signed up for JKIS yet, it’s not to late to join in on all the fun and great instruction we have in store for you this year!
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JKIS2016 Wk28 – Hello Sunshine

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JKIS016 Wk28 – Hello Sunshine (lesson by Gina Bronzini Ahrens)
This week Gina wanted to explore the idea of creating a page expressing the joy she gets from leaving the old behind and starting a fresh new day, moment or path….in the fresh bright sunshine of a new start. She also wanted to use the neo-impressionistic technique, or her version anyways, of pointillism. The idea that you can create a whole work of art with only points of color. There’s a link provided in the PDF if you want more info about this technique. Hope you enjoy!
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JKIS2016 Wk27 – Imagination

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JKIS2016 Wk27 – Imagination (lesson by Peta Thompson)
This week begins our month with the theme of journeys and travel and I simply love Peta’s pyramids! I hope this month gets you dreaming of the places you want to go or learn more about.
As always, we welcome your questions and we’re here to help you…just post questions here or email your instructor. If you haven’t signed up for JKIS yet, it’s not to late to join in on all the fun and great instruction we have in store for you this year!
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JKIS2016 Wk26 – Flightly Wings

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JKIS2016 Wk26 – Flightly Wings (lesson by Gina Bronzini Ahrens)
It’s been quite a while since we’ve had a mini lesson and I love, love, love this page that Gina created. This week she shows how to create a field note style page that you can have done fairly quickly, and don’t we all need a quick page every now and then?
As always, we welcome your questions and we’re here to help you…just post questions here or email your instructor. If you haven’t signed up for JKIS yet, it’s not to late to join in on all the fun and great instruction we have in store for you this year!
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JKIS2016 Wk25 – Believe

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JKIS2016 Wk25 – Believe (lesson by Claudia Ybarra Rossi)
As we continue our month with the theme of fantasy, I had to do a fairy page of course! I had so much fun creating this butterfly fairy and in my lesson I show a cool technique using water soluble media to create the multi-colored transparent wings. Hope you enjoy!
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JKIS2016 Wk24 – Whimsy

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JKIS2016 Wk24 – Whimsy (lesson by Peta Thompson)
Peta’s lesson this week focuses on a whimsical girl – made with her very own stencil design – surrounded by a field of poppies. The stencil is not required to create this page, but it’s fun to see how you can use a stencil as a base to creating a girl.
As always, we welcome your questions and we’re here to help you…just post questions here or email your instructor. If you haven’t signed up for JKIS yet, it’s not to late to join in on all the fun and great instruction we have in store for you this year!
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JKIS2016 Wk23 – Dragon My Tail

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JKIS2016 Wk23 – Dragon My Tail (lesson by Gina Bronzini Ahrens)
This lesson begins our month with the theme of fantasy and I absolutely LOVE Gina’s adorable dragon page! In this lesson students will learn some of the basics of drawing animals as well as painting techniques to create a beautiful dragon that could be a journal page or a wonderful painting for a child’s room. I can’t wait to see this page covered with dragon pics.
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