I like how messy and the xyured the painting looks ad they have allowed the paint to run. I think this technique could be used for gluttony as well as sloth.
Relationship with food - Amazing painting by a high school art student, Nikau Hindin.
These two paintings have paint smeared across them using the flat edge of a piece of card, with a MacDonald’s fries packet featuring prominently in the backgroun
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Gorging on MacDonalds: Fat Art. This small experimental work has a good balance of rough, irregular texture with tight, controlled painting.
The A Level Art Sketchbook is a place for media trials and composition development. On the second sketchbook page, a semi-complete work is photographed, analysed and experimented upon, prior to completion.
A Level Art Project: Obestity & Junk Food
A great response to the topic 'Contrast' by Syed Hammad Ali. This would make a great final for advanced classes
Pupil example (sketchbook work/ research & investigation) I like the use of half black and white half colour on some drawings and the accuracy
Using a mottled mid-tone acrylic ground on heavy wet strength cartridge paper, Nikau created realistic drawings of people: children enjoying a gluttonous feast of unhealthy food.
Daily Paintworks - "Open Wide I" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Jelaine Faunce
Illusion: Oscar Ramos’ illustrations are in-your-face crisp and three-dimensional.
Another amazing A Level Art sketchbook page by Fine Art student Claire Lynn. Imitation of artist works allows students to learn techniques and processes. USE YOUR SKETCHBOOK MORE!
exercise your will power - choose to live healthy - illustrations by oscar ramos, santiago chile
customized mcdonald's french fry packaging - ben frost [link to 38 designs]
Great use of experimental techniques on this sketchbook page. The more experiments you do the better