Bullet Journal · Drawing

How I draw a Comic Bullet Journal page

My Bullet Journal pages  look complicated to set up and you probably think that my drawings are an obstacle to my planning system, but it’s not true and I’d like to show my Comic Bullet Journal process with all the steps.

  1. I first write all my daily tasks and I leave some blank space between a day and another one;
  2. I decide which event of the day I’d like to draw and I write them on some sticky notes. It allows me to focus on my tasks and to draw them the next day or in my free time;
  3. I split the page in different parts that become my comic strips (usually one strip per day). I use a Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen – size M;
  4. I draw all the sketches and balloons with a pencil;
  5. I draw the ultimate drawing with a Staedtler Pigment Liner 0.05. For lettering inside the balloons I use the Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen – size F;
  6. I delete all the pencil sketches with a Faber Castell eraser;
  7. I add some shadows and midtones with a Tombow Dual Brush (Grey colour);
  8. I fill the black parts with the Brush of the Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen set.

… and my page is done! 🙂

If you have any question, please leave a comment below this post or YouTube. You can also contact me via e-mail or with a DM on Instagram and Facebook.

Thank you so much for watching and reading! ♥

2 thoughts on “How I draw a Comic Bullet Journal page

  1. Wow so great Serena!!! I love it! Can I ask what pen you used to draw the shadows? It feels like pencil but…
    Lots of hugs! Sara

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