Chances are you will end up with a few different journals. Lisa, a writer, keeps one journal in her nightstand for those random middle-of-the-night flashes of brilliance, another on her desk to jot down thoughts that have nothing to do with what she's working on at the moment, a third by her reading chair, and another in her car (you probably don't want to be on I-25 when Lisa's recording one of her inspirations in the next lane). And then she has an additional journal where she copies down great quotes she's come across in her reading, snatches of (or entire) poems, and thoughts from other writers she tries to collect in one place.
When it comes to drawing journals, you may want to try a similar approach. Here are some of the possibilities.
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