RULE OF 3’s- art journal spread TUTORIAL

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G’day Creatives!

 

Staring at a blank page in your journal is scary right?

 

Well, not ANYMORE! For just 4 easy payments of 9.95… haha

 

No, there’s no catch here, just a simple-to-follow tutorial on how to create an interesting and visually harmonious art journal spread using the Rule of Threes. Thirds? Same difference 🙂

 

Enjoy the video tutorial, share your creations on social media and let us know how you bent the rules and re-interpreted the spreads! Also, good luck trying to stop creating pages this way, It’s the only way I’ve been able to string a spread together since I made this video… 😀

 

 

– James

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  • Kate P
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    Hi James – adore the colours even before I’ve seen the video oxoxo

  • Candace
    Reply

    James you are so inspiring, your work is just amazing! Thank you for sharing your talent and your process. I Love you! I just can’t say it any other way! Thank you and most of all, thank you for being you!

  • Rae Lynn
    Reply

    Love! They all turned out so beautiful!

  • Sandra
    Reply

    Excellent video… Looks like a fun way to a page.

  • Jenny
    Reply

    Amazing James! I love the rule of thirds and my kids LOVE rainbow Paddle Pops too and I love the golden gaytime (I loved you story haha) You never fail to leave me inspired! You really are a gem and I am glad Jane shared you with the world! 🙂

  • lisa
    Reply

    james i can’t find you in the easy shop how do i buy your book

  • Yvonne Rhodes
    Reply

    Love!❤️Love!❤️Love!❤️ Thank you for always inspiring me!

  • Donna
    Reply

    Loved! Thank you so much!

  • Allyson
    Reply

    I love each of these examples, they are all stunning!!!

  • Jenni Edgar
    Reply

    Thanks again James I so remember going to the pool with my sisters and rainbow paddle pops were my favourite paddle pops along with lemonade icy poles, I loved doing this page and remembering inspired now to do a childhood memory journal for my family.

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