Meet Linda and Bob – Part 2

Below is the beginning of my art journal page from my last post:

And the completed page, focusing on using words with the letter “P”!

First, I drew a body for Linda and Bob, coloring them with color pencils.

I wanted to find an unusual last name for my characters, starting with the letter, “P” so I consulted this old book, “Cyclopedia of Names,” from 1911.

Here I found the name, “Pumbelchook.” The name’s description fit well into this section of my journal. (A bonus was many words starting with the letter, P!):

The part about mathematical problems, led me to a graph from an old book on Engineering Drawings to collage to my page. I liked the “patterns” and colored them with color pencils. I also created a few patterns of my own in ink.

Next, I gave myself some word prompts starting with the letter, “P” to generate ideas. I will share how I did this in a future post.

The title from an old paperback book, “Trouble in the Park” gave me a subject idea. It was a bit challenging to fit my story into the space provided so I printed it on my computer.

I changed the spelling of the last name slightly to “Pumblechook” for Linda and Bob:

I cut out the square drawing of the dog (Paprika) from December’s square-a-day project and glued it into the space under the story. I found the words, “peach pie” in an old cookbook. I created my pie slice image from a Gelli-print.

I really enjoyed the challenge of creating this way… What story would you give Linda and Bob?

I encourage you to add a story from your imagination to your art journal!

Cheers! πŸ™‚

19 responses to “Meet Linda and Bob – Part 2

  1. Hi Jill,
    Your journal pages are absolutely delightful! I can’t wait to hear more from the Pumblechooks! ‘Trouble in the park’ is such a good title! Linda, Bob and Paprika make me smile and I loved reading about all the research and work you put into this! I know the excitement working on such a project can bring! You are in the right spirit for starting this new year–long class! May 2020 be filled with many more happy creative moments!

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    • Thank you so much Suzanne!! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’— Creating this page was like solving a puzzle for me! 🧩 I can’t wait for Carla’s class to begin! 🎨 I hope your year ahead is wonderfully creative too! Hugs! πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

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  2. Fun outfits and story! I love all the P’s in your story and it is so comical to imagine. Well done! And I enjoyed learning about your process too. 😊

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  3. What a clever combination of your drawings, word play, and sleuthing out a story!

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  4. Jill you have out done yourself this time! I love the Pumblechooks and their dog Paprika! You are wildly creative and you must do a book, this in incredibly delightful!! More please!!
    Jenna

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  5. Very creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Cute story. Your mind is very nimble.

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  7. So creative and fun, Jill!! I love how you put it all together and created your story. I’m with Jenna, more please!! πŸ’šπŸ˜ŠπŸ’š

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  8. Wow! So creative and wonderful! Jill – you are so talented!! Goooooood Stufff!

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  9. I love the way you took all the pieces and fit them together…great moral too! (K)

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