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Product Details

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: North Light Books (August 23, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1440318409
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440318405
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.2 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,087 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Eric M. Scott is an artist-educator born and raised in Washington, Pennsylvania. He currently teaches art to high-schoolers. He is the coauthor of The Journal Junkies Workshop. David is an artist-educator born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He currently teaches in the art department at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. He is the coauthor of The Journal Junkies Workshop. http://journalfodderjunkies.com/


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Customer Reviews

This is a great book to help you add journaling to your art journal pages.
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There are some great topics to devote to much introspection, and encourage personal growth and development.
bas bleu
Overall, this is a good book that provides a wide variety of writing prompts, themes, and art techniques.
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84 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Ann Diaz on September 7, 2012
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I keep a journal. I have since I was 10. As I got older, and being artistically inclined, I began to add "fodder" to my journals. Within the last few years, I discovered the art journal, and though I don't put art on all of my pages, I am interested in adding flourishes, etc to my normal written entries. I bought their first book, Journal Junkies Workshop because I liked that they seemed to have a different perspective on the art journal. They seem a little disdainful (as another reviewer pointed out) of other popular art journalers who always use layer after layer of paint and include antique-y photos with dunce caps and wings. True, those elements seem to be favored by a lot of artists for some reason. But if THAT is what speaks to those people, then they should do it.

I was firstly disappointed that the "365" and "daily doses of inspiration" didn't mean that there were actually 365 writing/journaling/art prompts. They divide the book in 12 sections, meant to be done throughout a year, but then they give you only 4 basic prompts, that, one would assume, you are supposed to ruminate over for 7 whole days. I think they mention that there are places on the internet that list journal prompts, but couldn't they have just come up with a big list anyway, to make the title more true?

I liked the prompts, I will possibly work some into my journal, but their techniques that they show were all pretty much covered already in their other book.

I really love the look of the cover. And one last note: Neither of these guys must have kids for them to suggest you leave your journal out and open on your desk. If I were to do that, my kids would grab the nearest crayons and scissors; goodbye journal.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Kass Hall on August 18, 2012
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I was really excited to receive this book because I am a big fan of the first book by Eric and David - The Journal Junkies Workshop.

The wait was certainly worth it - there are so many ideas for writing and art in this book, it would be suitable for both adults and especially teenagers (the fact these guys are school teachers really comes through - in a good way).

What I really like it that the book lacks pretension - it's not high end, fine art and doesn't pretend to be. It is using accessible materials in a way that is easy to understand. If you're someone who wants step-by-step instruction, there is some of that, but it also encourages readers to do their own thing and make their journals personal and about them. Those are the books I love the best - books that encourage students to do their own art, in their own style and doesn't judge.

I personally think the prompts are fantastic too - but I would encourage people to use the 'Look Inside" function, see some samples and then, if you choose to buy the book, really embrace the opportunity to do something unique to themselves. It is THEN they'll really benefit from this fun book.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By kitty kat on July 30, 2012
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This is a nice book with some good ideas. The format is interesting and the instructions clear and easy to follow. The large illustrated pages are great, wish there were more of them. Didn't buy the book for the prompts but it's loaded with them, so for people who are looking for direction or inspiration, this book may be very helpful. The book encourages artists to use what they have on hand...bits of this and that, scraps and recycled material. It's a book you might want to check out.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Diana Goodman on August 28, 2012
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This book has everything an art journaler could ask for! While I didn't think they needed to be so dismissive of other types of art journalers, I like that the authors focus on tips and techniques using typical art supplies. A must have title for your art instruction library.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SAlaska VINE VOICE on November 12, 2012
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I'm into journaling. I was an English teacher for 14 years; once an English major, always an English major. I've read nearly everything my local library has on journaling (20 books or so), myriad web pages of prompts and writing techniques, and lots and lots of journal entries from all walks of life. I keep around three journals at a time. I rarely go anywhere without one.

However, I am not a serious art journaler. I find the idea of art journaling interesting, but sometimes it seems to me like just a lot of single abstract nouns on a page: peace, inspire...etc. Okay, okay, sometimes there are verbs too: breathe, believe...etc. Overall, I'm still looking for a book on art journaling that matches the power of written sentences and paragraphs, color wash and vintage-look newsprint or not. Art journaling is not my favorite way to interact with a journal.

But, that brings me to what I like about this book: there is attention to actual writing. The prompts are designed to be used weekly, rather than daily, which is fine by me since each prompt is pretty dense. Honestly, I think you could do one prompt per average level blank book and make a whole series for yourself.

I can't say whether a serious art journaler would like this, though the voices of other Amazon reviewers seem to indicate that it would be a big hit. This book is definitely worth the list price for the nice, meaty writing prompts. Maybe I'll do some of mine in colored pencil.
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