negative image.

Just cut out a shape and paint it in the negative and the positive on two old book pages. Positive and Negative Space

Marta Lapkowska: Freedom of my journal pages + HOW TO TUTORIAL

art journal spread - Marta Lapkowska I've always wanted to try mixed media but I'm too afraid too

Love these books - I have a few books that I have pressed flowers in - some from 30 years ago. Always fun to look back and see them again. I should write down the date and what the flower was and where I found it.

This year you will maintain a sketchbook. It is your personal space to create. You will have assignments and specific works to create, but the sketchbook is for you. Many artists use sketchbooks as a.

A watercolor book of your favorite things

goldfishkiss: For anyone who might not get flowers today, don’t worry, I painted you some. *Thank you all for the amazing response!

Construct a richly embellished book with windows and flaps using found objects, threads, beads and embroidery. Francis Pickering www.artsandculturaltravel.com

Construct a richly embellished book with windows and flaps using found objects, threads, beads and embroidery. Francis Pickering - Crafting By Holiday

How to develop a topic.  Although this is for A Level Art courses it is relevant for NCEA level 3 as well.

How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development

'How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development.' (via Student Art Guide)

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