Sydenham School Year 10 Exam 2017

Drawing should be at the centre of everything you do. Use one or more of these drawings to start your idea off. Make sure you have the correct materials. Keep your pencil sharp and always draw from an image or from real life to make your drawing more accurate. Print the artwork and stick in your book.
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Tom Gauld. Ideas: Use a number of panels to try and tell a story. Keep your drawings simple and to the point. Use smaller controlled lines to describe texture.

Tom Gauld. Ideas: Use a number of panels to try and tell a story. Keep your drawings simple and to the point. Use smaller controlled lines to describe texture.

Grayson Perry, Map of Truths and Beliefs (detail). Possible Ideas: You could map out your own beliefs and thoughts and draw yourself in the middle. Use a very fine black pen with watercolour and/or colouring pencil.

Grayson Perry, Map of Truths and Beliefs (detail). Possible Ideas: You could map out your own beliefs and thoughts and draw yourself in the middle. Use a very fine black pen with watercolour and/or colouring pencil.

Draw a taxonomy of similar objects in a similar, linear way as the artist of this line drawing.

Draw a taxonomy of similar objects in a similar, linear way as the artist of this line drawing.

Vincent Caut: 26 janvier 2011. Use Caut's example of how to use your imagination when drawing. Notice how he experiments with the form and shape of his robots.

Vincent Caut: 26 janvier 2011. Use Caut's example of how to use your imagination when drawing. Notice how he experiments with the form and shape of his robots.

Hélio Oiticica – Metaesquema Numero 191, 1958. Draw through cutting out simple shapes from black sugar paper and arranging into a composition like in this print

Hélio Oiticica – Metaesquema Numero 191, 1958. Draw through cutting out simple shapes from black sugar paper and arranging into a composition like in this print

Lucinda Rogers. Ideas: A simple still life, maybe with objects stacked on top of each other. Keep your lines simple and experiment with a range of thickness and value like Rogers.

Lucinda Rogers. Ideas: A simple still life, maybe with objects stacked on top of each other. Keep your lines simple and experiment with a range of thickness and value like Rogers.

A.R. Penck (Ralf Winkler). Ideas: Combine bold lines and shapes. Your choice of objects and people could be random - maybe drawn from what you find in one Sunday magazine or newspaper. You could alternatively have a theme and relate all of the drawings to that.

A.R. Penck (Ralf Winkler). Ideas: Combine bold lines and shapes. Your choice of objects and people could be random - maybe drawn from what you find in one Sunday magazine or newspaper. You could alternatively have a theme and relate all of the drawings to that.

Michael Landy. Ideas: These were some of the objects Landy destroyed in his art piece Breakdown. He documented some of his personal belongings before the destruction through richly detailed observational drawings.

Michael Landy. Ideas: These were some of the objects Landy destroyed in his art piece Breakdown. He documented some of his personal belongings before the destruction through richly detailed observational drawings.

Lucinda Rogers. Ideas: Pick famous people from history with interesting faces and draw using an economy of line like Rogers. You could draw family members or yourself in this way too.

Lucinda Rogers. Ideas: Pick famous people from history with interesting faces and draw using an economy of line like Rogers. You could draw family members or yourself in this way too.

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