I love my country, but it's not something I talk about a lot. And the red, white and blue color-theme has never been one of my favorites. But looking over my work this past month or so, I was surprised to see a definite trend in my digital art journal pages.
The colors started showing up in this piece I did about my One Little Word, shine.
Credits: Rosey Posey's Finding Forrest and Kindred Spirits, Tumble Fish Studio's At the Beach, Summer Junque, and Something Fishy, Rucola Design's Fizzy Pop, Holiewood's Art Journaling, Lily Design's Paint the Ocean and Denise Docherty's Get Organized Stamps. The font is TK Peking Chicken.
They reappeared in a more subtle look on this page based on an African proverb.
Credits: Captivated Visions It's My Journey and I Became Somebody Else, Tumble Fish Freestyle 2 (girl), and Holliewood On the Road (sign). The fonts are Nicotine Stains and My Old Remington.
And today, I went totally All-American with this page, inspired by the fact that I caught myself humming "God Bless America," as I was went through my day.
Credits: Rosey Posey's Finding Forrest, Tumble Fish Studio's Summer Junque, Tangie Baxter's Journey 11, Crowabout's Mermaids, and Captivated Vision's I Became Somebody Else. The fonts are iSketchy Times and 1942 Report.