There is no method or plan to the book itself. I just jot down ideas that I have. I may or may not ever use them, but they are there. The ideas are not necessarily original. If I see someone else's work that interests me, I'll jot down something about it.
I'll also tape pictures that make me smile. Or give me ideas. Or things I want to do. Sometimes the picture is easier than trying to explain. I can't draw, so the pictures work better for that too.
Despite all the rumors running around the internet, I am not terribly creative, so I jot down notes that others might consider standard knowledge. But it's my notebook, so I jot them. I write down websites that I want to go back to. And tape in bits of paper with information that I want to keep from notes I took when I didn't have my lovely notebook around. GASP. I know. But sometimes it happens. You just never know when a thought will strike. (Business meetings are great thinking sessions, and I would get stern looks from the boss if I showed up with my Art Notebook.)
Mine has room for more ideas, thoughts and inspiration. I am looking forward to filling it up. These blank pages are very exciting to me.
So, do YOU have an Art Notebook? What's in it? Care to share?