It occurred to me that I haven’t put any pictures of my journals on the blog for ages, so here we go!
This medieval city journal has been selling well recently. It is based on a Dover publication of some medieval woodcuts. I printed it, embossed it with gold embossing powder and then painted it with watercolour paints to bring it to life. They are all different.
Here is another variation:
Here is one that has just been printed with brown ink. I have them in unlined or lined notebooks.
This is a new one too. It has been printed twice. First with the yellow spiral design, then with a new design of a street in France.
Here is another variation on the French street, again embossed and painted with watercolours. It is a lot more abstract than the medieval city. I do like the way that printing with the Gocco is so adaptable!
Here is another new design. It shows a boat in the harbour in Bristol with houses behind. It has been printed on a beige moleskine cahier and then I’ve added a blue watercolour wash over the top.
And lastly here is Honfleur Harbour in Normandy this time with a blue watercolour wash over it.