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Illustrations: Confuse the Spirit (Final Degree Work) by Abbey Watkins - The illustrations were inspired by the myths and legends of Native American culture; confusing the bad spirits by not being able to pin point the body to infiltrate the mind.

100% A Level Art portraiture development inspired by Annemarie Busschers - Emily Fielding, Kennet School

How to be successful and enjoy your A Level Art Exam

This picture is a disorder. What is usually such a lovely thing when people kiss, there is something very disturbing about it. Their faces are stuck together which makes you feel uncomfortable.

This picture is a disorder. What is usually such a lovely thing when people kiss, there is something very disturbing about it. Their faces are stuck together which makes you feel uncomfortable. Or that when people kiss, they don't wNt it to ever end

This is creepy, but AWESOME.

Eros et Thanatos - Opus 6

I love this drawing! for me its like how girls want to gig so skinny they start looking like bones when their already beautiful

This print, in my opinion, interprets the many faces of Bipolar Disorder.

Autism from an adults perspective – “It’s a horrible feeling of vulnerability and helplessness to know that the non-autistic world sees you as seriously impaired”.

Lady Macbeth clearly suffers from a few mental illnesses, one of them being bi polar disorder. This image shows the many faces of someone who is bi polar.

flesh drawings in watercolour pencil

Keeping with Tradition – 29 Beautiful Traditional Drawings and Paintings

flesh drawings in watercolour pencil look at Jenny Saville - get students to press faces against a window and photograph from other side as reference - use grid to compose - accompany with lessons about contortion


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