I read Rutvi’s post about her Wreck This Journal, and I found it really neat to see how other people had interpreted the book’s sometimes vague instructions. I wanted to show you guys some of the pages from mine, so here I am.
(I’m not that good of an artist, so the pages aren’t all that pretty to look at. But I still wanted to share these pictures, though. Maybe this will make you more confident about your own artistic abilities.)
I saw this idea somewhere on the internet and did my best to recreate it.
I WANT TO BELIEVE.
I have this strange love for aliens and ghosts and other paranormal stuff. I want to do more drawings of aliens in the future, because spaceships and extraterrestrials and the universe are fun to draw. If I draw aliens again, they’ll look a bit different — these ones are a little too cutesy.
This page has been a lot of fun to do. I just picked flowers, pressed them, and used Mod Podge to attach them to the paper.
I don’t have a caption for this one.
I don’t even like cheeseburgers, but this was fun to draw. And eat.
I kind of messed up the first time I attempted this page, so I glued some paper over it and tried again. It’s the Twenty One Pilots logo. :)
Truce is such an important song to me.
We can pretend that my gross pink fingers are giant worms crawling through the dirt.
I located the only bottle of perfume in this house to use on this page. It smells kind of like vanilla.
I freaking love drawing space and planets, even if they don’t look very realistic. In real life, you can better see the different shades of blue and purple I used in this.
Those are most of the finished pages in my Wreck This Journal. I might post more pictures as I complete other pages.
Which page was your favorite? Let me know in the comments. :)
Stay safe, loves.