visual journaling

Study Hall: What is Visual Journaling?


Today’s Sketchbook Skool Study Hall shows you a bold way to put your emotions on a sketchbook page: visual journaling.

This week in our kourse, Juliana Coles taught her unique way of journaling—getting to the heart of your feelings through writing and art—using mixed media and your own artwork as a launching point. In this Study Hall video, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene shows you her take on the process.

For more on Juliana Coles and visual journaling, visit her website.

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