Hello on this sunny saturday! ☀️
Last weekend the weather was like spring (18°C!!!) and today it’s sunny but super cold (-2°C) 😩 That’s what seasons in Berlin look like 🙄
I finally had time to take another photo for you and again it’s a weekly 🙈 If you want to see a time lapse of the coloring *SWIPE* and you can see it 💗
I hope you’re all having a great weekend! 💗
a red spread wOAH :0 i’m not use to bold colors in my spreads but i rlly liked these photos and i had some red washi that matched :”) also i have a video on this spread which i’m currently editing & will soon be up (check tagged for photo creds for pics in journal spread)
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Sorry for the hiatus, but here is the first official comic entry in
The BuJo of Azaria Creedy!
First Years arrive at Uagadou, the African Wizarding School, in 1999. Climbing up the mountain range where they are greeted by their headmaster and seven 7 year students.
As the headmaster greets them, many of the students take notice to one of the seven students who stands out from the rest. Not quite clueing into the differences and meanings of the school uniform, the crowd of first years' curiosity peaks as they begin to walk on their tour of the school.
A quick-abrupt introduction of our main side-protagonist ensues; first impressions arent quite as they seem.
I used the notebook app. It's hard to get good photos due to the pages curling and this journal's binding doesn't lay flat. My first try at comic paneling and in this type of art style. Some minor inking mistakes but I think it adds to the bujo. You get a sneak-peek at some major characters of this story. You will recognize Imamu, two first years who I've yet to introduce, and dialogue from two 7 year's who's hair styles stick out; foreshadowing their future introductions.
Hope you enjoy this concept story on my take of Uagadou as I create more entries of J.K. Rowling's wonderful Wizarding World
This week I decided to create a tracker of the tasks and habits that I complete. I am hoping to add a symbol to each daily "box" whenever I complete a task or habit. ▫
This idea comes courtesy of @merakumi who created a cute productivity tracker to help her to appreciate her smaller accomplishments.
Today's letter challenge is for my #endosisters.#endometriosis is the reason I started a bullet journal. It helps me with my pain and is part of my selfcare routine. It keeps me on track when my pain and fatigue make it very hard to stay on track and remember everything. Please take a moment to search over #endo as 1 in 10 women have this.
. Insp from #lovelettersbylauren
i'm going on a trip this tuesday and i'm so excited :D
Who’s ready for April?! I’m all set for pictures! Can you guess my theme for next month?