I’ve spent some time over the last couple of weeks coloring and drawing in my Creative Bible. I has been a lot of fun and very uplifting (and occasionally scary and disheartening). Here are most of my results so far. The colored pencil, as expected, works beautifully with almost no bleed through. (You can see the printed illustrations as well or better then the colored pencil). I used Prismacolor pencils on the large picture and Crayola Twistables on the 1st page of Genesis. Colored pencils are an excellent choice for beginners or those who haven’t quite let go of their...Read More
Category: Art Journaling
There is a lot of demand right now for Bibles that are easy to art journal in. To meet this demand Christian Art Publishers has developed the KJV My Creative Bible. Using the translation that many of us are most familiar with they have added beautiful covers and lots of blank space for people to work with. They have also included over 300 line drawings of some of the most frequently illustrated verses and words. BINDING It comes in several cover options including: A dark pink LuxeLeather hardcover binding with floral debossing, multicolor rose print page edges, a dark...Read More
The Bible art journaling community has been growing by leaps and bounds and Bible Buying Guide and Bible publishers have noticed. This is the first of a new series of articles about art journaling, and the Bible publishers have made it easier on me by publishing a wide variety of journaling Bibles including the recent ones specifically for art journalers. Two of the most notable are My Creative Bible and the Inspire Bible. I have the pink hardcover edition of the My Creative and the vintage floral Leatherlike edition of the Inspire. Both bibles are single column with a 2...Read More
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