I’ve been on Youtube the last couple of hours just looking for inspiration for my own grimoire, and I’ve seen a couple of really beautiful ones that I just have to share with you guys!
This man has one of the loveliest books I have ever seen. It’s beautifully illustrated and seems to be packed with information, though he doesn’t go deep into it. Watch for inspiration.
Another beautiful book. She has lovely hand calligraphy and a lot of planning goes into it. Unfortunately she’s stopped updating us about it. Early videos are of questionable quality.
While not quite the artist brandt19699 is, he isn’t exactly bad either. His borders and calligraphy are impressive, and his book is reminiscent of the book of shadows from Charmed. The video quality is sometimes shit.
Book of Shadows Part 1 (Feel free to question video title practices. I know I did.)
And so many more. So many, in fact, that I’m not linking them all. Go to his Youtube channel and you’ll find plenty.
From Ember HoneyRaven:
This is one of the few witches I will actually recommend subscribing to. She’s funny, informative, helpful, and uploads videos consistently.
I actually just ran across this lady’s channel today, and I’ve decided that I quite like her and want to share. Most of her videos are of excellent quality (meaning it isn’t incredibly blurry), her voice is pleasant, and from what I can tell she updates relatively frequently (Also, she’s funny. Seriously guys, this is so rare!).
From Fae (Witch in the City):
What I think everyone should take away from this (other than beautiful images in your minds) is that there are a million ways to make make and use your grimoire.
And also that we all start out with really shitty handwriting and drawing skills.