Is there a potential nature journaling location that seems to too loud, too busy, or too crowded for you to get your sketching groove on? In this video I give you ten tips for nature journaling in such a location. I believe that practicing in these situations can make us much stronger as nature journalers even if our goal is to practice our craft in more relaxed settings most of the time.
Have you ever stared at the blank page of a new sketchbook for a little bit too long? Have you ever been on a roll with your nature journaling and then become suddenly timid when you have to start a new book? Here are 10 tips to help you next time that happens.
You all asked for more interviews and shares with different nature journalers in our community so here you go! In 2020 I’m planning on doing lots more interviews like this.
What do you think the best present for a nature journaler is? In this holiday episode I share my opinion on the subject.
In this episode of the show I review two books that I think you need. While these books aren’t specifically about nature journaling I think they can help you take your practice to the next level!
Do you ever get intimidated when you look at other peoples drawings or nature journal pages? In this episode of the show I give you some tips for how to approach journal sharing to maximize motivation and learning while avoiding the “talent trap.”
Do you need some inspiration for new nature journaling locations? Check out this video where I nature journal at the Bohart Museum of Entomology on the UC Davis Campus!
Are you interested in learning nature journaling but don’t know where to start? In this video I inspire you to give it a try.
Do you want some ideas of how to stay sane this holiday season and get more nature journaling in?
The curiosity wander is the most basic nature journaling technique in the field. It is open ended and easy to do in a short amount of time. In this video I give 13 tips on how to get the most out of your curiosity wander.