For years I had wanted to participate in The Sketchbook Project but let fear of failure, fear of not being good enough stop me but towards the end of last year I decided to just go ahead and do it.
I had planned on completing it much sooner but every time I tried I just stared at the blank page. I was having a hard time focusing and being creative. To try and get creative again I started doodling and creating abstract pieces in my main sketchbook which usually works but for some reason I still couldn’t create something for the sketchbook project. Then my husband suggested I change my theme and just continue doodling and creating abstracts for the sketchbook project. This worked and I was able to finish the sketchbook in less than 2 weeks and was able to get my creativity back so I could work on other projects. I decided to title it “Remedy” since the art created in it helped me get my creativity back.
Eventually the sketchbook will be available to view on their site as I paid to have it digitized but I don’t know when that will be available. Once its available I will post the information.
Below you can view the flip through or you can view it on YouTube.
Sketchbook Tour of my completed sketchbook that was started in May 2019 and completed in March 2020. As I have mentioned before my sketchbooks don’t only contain sketches and drawings; they also contain notes, cards and things I like that I want to save.
I finished this sketchbook back in July. I filmed the video in August or September but the file was corrupted. I filmed it again but then completely forgot about it. I’m close to finishing another sketchbook and that’s when I realized I never edited or uploaded it.
As I have mentioned before my sketchbooks don’t only contain sketches and drawings; they also contain notes, cards and things I like that I want to save.