Art Journaling exposed is a brand new emag… and I am in it! I did a video review for some of my favourite ‘Hybrid’ art supplies – Aquamarkers, Gelatos and Inktense blocks. I hope the emag sells super-well and I get to do more! It’s an all-star cast as contributors… so, cue the flamboyant happy dance music…
I love this brave new step into publishing. I feel good about using less trees and reading a mag on-screen is the way of the future, whether you like the idea or not. Being an iPad devotee ( just got my iPad 3 yesterday – THUMBS UP!!!) I choose to read most of my mags on it, where possible. I can get a whole years worth of magazines as a download, for what a single international issue would cost. I like Studios and Cloth Paper Scissors from InterWeave, and National Geographic and Juxtopose from Zinio.
But this emag isn’t a digital version of an existing magazine. This features video and all sorts of interactive elements. We are only at the beginning of a new phase in publishing, and I for one, am excited as all get-out about it.
At $4.99 it’s worth looking into! click the image below for the details:
It’s all downloaded now, so I am off to make a cuppa and be inspired and entertained!
Q: So what is Art Journaling Exposed?
A: Art Journaling Exposed is our dynamic digital product, called an eMag, that you can download onto your computer and enjoy on or offline. It requires a simple software application called Adobe® AIR® that’s easy to use and can be installed on your computer for free. Art Journaling Exposed includes articles, videos, images with zoom capability, hyperlinks to inspiring and informative websites, and so much more. With just the click of your mouse, you can open and play videos, view slideshows, and navigate easily around the eMag.
Q: What is the editorial focus of Art Journaling Exposed Volume 1?
A: Inside Art Journaling Exposed Vol. 1 you’ll take and interactive look at for creating great pages and journals with color, lettering and more. You’ll find videos with tips and tutorials, images with zoom capabilities, scrolling informational and tip boxes, artist bios, step-by-step instructional articles, and so much more!
- Stash Secrets with Jane Davenport
- Background Check with Melanie Testa
- Mission Possible: Prompts for Art Journalers
- Profiled: Diana Trout
- Basic Training with Jenn Mason
- Report: The Sketchbook Project with Barbara Delaney
- The Sketchbook Project Reader Challenge
- 15 Ways to Embellish Your Art Journals with Jen Osborn
- Caught on Tape! with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, Jacqueline Newbold, and Joanne Sharpe
- Book ‘Em with Dea Fischer
- Doodle Duel with Dawn Sokol and Traci Bautista
Q: How is it different from the digital edition of Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine®?
A: Art Journaling Exposed is an entirely unique product, separate from Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine® that focuses on creating great pages and journals with color, lettering and more. Unlike the digital editions of Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine®, which are exact digital replications of the print editions, Art Journaling Exposed was developed solely as a digital product so that it can capitalize on all the benefits of online media capabilities, including videos, slideshows, zoom options that enable you to see close-ups of collages, materials lists that can be downloaded and printed, abilities to hyperlink to special sites, and so much more.