Wow great texture! I wonder which tools you have used to crack the page?It reminds me of halloween, scary but oh so beautiful. :)
Forgot to mention:I gave you an award and tagged you at my blog Dryada Journals, just to let you know! :)Lindsay
The details are amazing in this - so clever. Makes me think of spider's legs - *shiver*. Despite what George Eliot says, I think a woman's sunbeams can brighten the dark of any shadow.
I know what you mean about the evolution. To me, it's one of the best parts of art journaling.Rinda
What an absolutely beautiful and intriguing page! :0)
Yes I play also with journal pages and have fun. Your playing with the (blowing?)ink makes really a great amazing effect.Love the result.Hugs Anja
Those are my favorite kind of journal pages- the kind that have a life of their own! This page is stunning- I love the way my eyes just keep going over and over it to see all it offers!
oh my goodness - this is so beautiful! I love crackle glaze/paint and what a beautiful effect you've created with it here. I love the quote - it's very dark but fitting with the stunning illustration.
Oh my...! how you are creative and how fantastic this paint are! =) I'm impressed! This would be fantastic on the wall! :)Lovely day to you! :)
This is so beautiful! I love the texture and the gorgeous words. Thank you for sharing....XO
I always read your post with open mouth...and everytime I fell in love with your amazing journal pages!!! When can I take a workshop from you ??!! Greeeez from Conny
So, so interesting....so much texture...fascinating page:)xx