Ever get that feeling that you know you're making a mistake when you're creating a piece of art, but you just can't see it?
Normally, I'd let the mistake stand and simply add a note below, but I thought I'd show you how I corrected it instead.
Maido sticker to help camouflage the mistake. Maido is a pen/stationary/journal/office supply paradise for anyone addicted to pens, pencils, journals and office supplies!
The cherry tree did not turn out anything like I'd hoped and I wound up salvaging it by using a Uniball Signo White Gel pen to create more of a blossom look to it.
After completing the page, I realized I had started off the page with the word Chinatown rather than Japantown....erk! So our comes the DS Watercolor Ground again to fix that mistake—are you seeing a theme to this post yet?!
Jack Keroauc Alley we had visited in Chinatown. It seemed appropriate for the page and the memory.
This was also as close as we came to actually seeing a sunset. We were either no where near the water at the end of the day or it was foggy/cloudy. Still, it was a beautiful evening!
Next up, we get some wheels so we can really start covering some ground...