here is the video that shows the making of my "bliss" artwork on yesterday's post. this came about as a means to test some new fabriano medioevalis paper that i received in the mail (julie prichard recommends it for her journal class). as i said yesterday, the final video quality is rather poor and blurry in spots....i've discovered that my editing program needs to be updated, so that's my next project.
in the meantime, please accept my apologies for my overuse and abuse of the word "um" (is that really even a word?)....i'm absolutely horrified at how often i say it....something else to work on for my next video!
i ordered the fabriano cards from dick blick. they are the Invitation Single Cards, Box of 100, item #10073-1070.
Lori, I'm so proud of you! You are gorgeous, your work is beautiful and your voice is adorable!!!
p.s. "Um" is too a word!
lori!!! I am so excited! This is fabulous! I loved being able to sit in on your art workings and I love your comments as you go along using the paper and the tools...I really felt like I was sitting at your art table... (where are your funky glasses?)Thank you SO much for doing this and for sharing.
Lori, I think you did a great job! I didn't really even notice the "ums". It was so fun to watch you create and see you "live" and hear your voice!
p.s. Um is a word - you can use it in scrabble : )
oh, lori, i loved your video. you make it look so simple! where did you get the watercolor pen? i really want to get one! thanks for all you do to inspire!
Hi Lori! I loved this! No wonder why your artwork is so adorable, it's coming from an adorable artist! I could sit all day watching you create! You have to do more of these videos!...I've never even heard of a water pen, that thing is so cool! Great job Lori!!! Hugs, Paulette =D
Lori, thank you so much for giving us a view into how you work those pages ~ I love how you use the water brush to soften the colours! Can't wait to see your next video. YoU aRe AdOrAbLe!
Watching you make this lovely piece of art was the most fun I had today. I can't wait for the next one!
Great video! Thank you for letting us see all the little tricks you're using in your work ;)
Lovely to see what you look like. I love the way you make it look so easy, and um, I have a habit of saying that as well!
I love having a face to attach to your words and work. And you did the perfect job...for your first video :). I'm serious, though - it's fun to "see" you think and go through the process of creating. If you were silent, your hesitations in your hand would have been your "um"s. It's just a necessary thinking thing (yea, that's the ticket!).
Loved the video! You did a good job on it! Looking forward to more...
Lori, first it was wonderful to see and hear you!! And from one umer to another I hardly noticed them. lol
I love your lettering, I really need to just practice and play.
I just got the fabriano paper for the first two journals, guess I will have to get this for journal three.
I am slow in getting started.
it was great to see you creating; hope to see more.
I love this!!! Thanks for doing a video! Now I feel like I know you- and you look exactly like how I thought you would- very classy :)
Hey Lori, so nice to hear your voice! Great video--you do make it look so easy. Next time I hope you will include your gorgeous lettering in action as well. :)
Lori- crimany..I thought that was a rubber stamp! YOUR HANDWRITING IS AMAZING!! Beautiful job!!
cool! your lettering is just out of this world... love it...
Great to meet you via video! The demo was terrific too and you explained your techniques perfectly.
Have a Happy Weekend!
Great video. I loved getting to see you and hear your voice! I hope that you'll make more videos. That paper did look really nice, too. :)
Lori, the thing I love best about this video is seeing your face and what you look like. Adorable. I so appreciate what a kind, sweet person that you are and appreciate every one of your comments on my blog too.
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