It's been so hot over here this weekend... so what else is there to do but start crackin' on that collections journal of mine? I set up my "bullet system" spread and decided to film a little video explaining it in detail. My bullet, migration, signifier and colour code system is universal - meaning I… Continue reading organization || my universal bullet, signifier and colour code system + FREE printable
Okay. Before I go ahead and publish a general overview of my modified Cornell note-taking system (A.K.A. my proudest innovative creation), I think there’s one critical thing that needs to be established. The colour coding system. In any note-taking system, the colour coding system forms the backbone. In my case, my colour coding system is both simple, aesthetic (I stick to blues and pinks, as a rule, because I like those colours), quick to use, and can adapt to my handwritten notes as well as my typed notes (hence its "duality").
In art class, we've been working on a three-part skeleton study. The three pieces are: Hand in graphite on white paper Torso of skeleton in hard pastel on coloured paper Skull on scratchboard This particular piece (the skull) was especially scary for me to start because it's a medium I'd never used before. It's also… Continue reading art || Scratchboard Skull Study: Adventures in Reverse-Drawing