A2 Art- Personal Investigation, Unit 3 (Natural Forms)
Sketchbook refrence work, a page looking into botanical illustration from over the years. I have used a cross section of media including watercolour and fineliner. Using different paper to work on has also been an essential part of these pages as I have experimented on working on sugar paper, newspaper and others. Dimensions: Double page spread in A3 sketchbook.
Mixing skin tones (painting)
I found these images (explaining how to mix paints to achieve different skin tones) incredibly useful so I wanted to share them. They are from from “Painting the Head in Oil” by John Howard Sanden.…
Painting Experiments, Sketchbook Experiments, Four A4 pages, Mixed Media (Acrylic, Powder Paint, Oil, Water, Masking Fluid, Sketchbook Paper, Canvas, Sandpaper)
Lily Seika Jones on Instagram: “Just waiting on some banana bread to finish baking while I finish up another entry in my natural sciences journal: Lepus Europaeus…”
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A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages
A journey that begins with first-hand observation and ends with complex, three-dimensional pieces, Halima’s AS and A2 Textile projects are superb exemplars for others: some of the best Textile sketchbooks that I have seen.
To practise different markmaking techniques i drew lots of 5cm squares on some A3 paper and used different mediums in each square, and as many different ways of making marks as i could think of. I then cut out a few of these squares and stuck them in my sketchbook, i decided to give each different medium its own page. I liked doing this exercise, i was surprised at how many different ways i could make marks and with all the different media. I ended up doing more squares than i originally…