Tuesday, February 28, 2012


SO I do know it is the last week of February and March is here already at the end of the week and so I wanted to make sure I had something awesome to share with you before then!

I joined (of course another online class) Art Journal Caravan 2012 !

And what makes this one really different for ME, is it is digital (hybrid too which I love) I bought Photoshop Elements off Amazon last week after joining. I have been wanting to buy Photoshop Elements but needed a reason, haha and I found this and well two and two makes more for me to do!

AND although I am fairly good with online, pc, software stuff etc and have some MAC experience from back in my college days, which now seems like FOREVER AGO! Anyhow, all that and still I am a way newb for PSE. Which is OK, I am excited to learn it, I just have to remember patient with myself!

SO without further ado, my first digital art journal page and first lesson of the Caravan, a letter/reminder to yourself.

Also on a side note, I have been having some unhappy issues with my laptop and hoping she holds on for the remainder of they ear :S I fear my graphics card is going out, my fan has already gone out and I need to buy another on to put it, I am using a laptop cooler stand for now and it works OK but it still really needs that darn fan in there! :S Which also could be causing my graphics to be haywire when it gets too hot (sigh)!


  1. I like this spread. I've been wanting to join the caravan, but I can't afford it at this time. Always wanted to try my hand at digital.
    Keep sharing what you do with the Caravan class!
    Looking forward to it (and I'll try and comment more for ya!).
    Lotus ; )

  2. Thank you! I have been slowly learning it so we will see how much better i have gotten at the end of they ear, hopefully! There is a lot of different things you can do with it! I will let you know what I think of the Caravan on a whole, I mean so far it has been good, and there are a lot of artists and great feedback. It is taking some getting used to the way the class is set up in a forum style. :)