I’ll be honest. The galleries are overflowing with such stunning projects my job was easy or quite difficult depending on how you look at it. Choosing so few from so many was quite a task. It’s Beatrice on the blog today and here are my picks.
The paper stacking in this layout is lovely. I like the variety of sizes and patterns the artist combined. The photo is brilliant with the bit of sun-flare. The paint and tucked-in journal card complete the page flawlessly.
The photos in this layout are outstanding. The shadows separating them from the background help to make them the focal point. The painted background is gorgeous both in color and design. Adding part of the butterfly on top of the photo is a creative technique. The large title work balances the photos perfectly.
This page really jumped out of the gallery for me. I was not familiar with the tradition and enjoyed reading about it. The photos are impressive and the colors really pop from the neutral yet textured background of green and blue. I like the split title, and again the shadows on the photos.
Blending a large photo with the background paper is a beautiful technique and this photo is ideal for it. Placing the smaller framed photo on top supports the theme. The scribbles are perfect for butterfly trails and the small clusters atop both the photo and in the bottom corner help move the eye down the page. I like the way the title-work curves in the same manner as the path.
The extraction in this layout is perfection. I like the way the artist created the background filling the page with the large title and placing the colorful brushwork behind the subject. The addition of embellishments in black and red finishes the page just right.
Lately I’ve noticed an increase in projects created digitally which could actually be paper pages. This journal is a superb example. I like the combination of sketched elements with the more realistic like the spiral and the pencil. The flower looks like it could be a photo extracted and blended with the paint. The blue is really striking against the yellow.
Now that I’ve reached the end of my picks I hope you have time to check out the galleries and leave some love especially for these particular projects. Thanks for reading along and have a great week.