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Everyone is unique, and it’s worth to show it - How to draw hydrangea flowers, part I

Everyone is unique, and it’s worth to show it - How to draw hydrangea flowers, part I

Everyone is unique, and it’s worth to show it - How to draw hydrangea flowers, part I

Everyone is unique, and it’s worth to show it - How to draw hydrangea flowers, part I

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

This exquisite, finely-detailed A* International GCSE Art sketchbook was part of an Art and Design Coursework project on Natural Forms: shells.

Observational study for an International GCSE Art project - A comprehensive sketchbook page based on the natural forms of shells. In addition to trialling a range of media and drawing techniques, students looked more closely at texture. Charcoal drawings of textured surfaces, as well as an etching of a nautilus shell (with notes about the Golden Section) are included.

Observational study for an International GCSE Art project - A comprehensive sketchbook page based on the natural forms of shells. In addition to trialling a range of media and drawing techniques, students looked more closely at texture. Charcoal drawings of textured surfaces, as well as an etching of a nautilus shell (with notes about the Golden Section) are included.


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Beautiful sketchbook page by Year 11 IGCSE student Hania Cho

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

On this page of this outstanding International GCSE Art sketchbook, Manisha drew from the weaving she had made in the previous assignment. Although ‘manmade’ these sculptural flax pieces are crafted from natural forms. This exercise allowed Manisha to practise the blending of tone in a range of different mediums – something at which she excelled. The image on the left is particularly successful, involving a photocopy that has pieces cut away, with the gaps redrawn.

International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Coursework Project 98%

On this page of this outstanding International GCSE Art sketchbook, Manisha drew from the weaving she had made in the previous assignment. Although ‘manmade’ these sculptural flax pieces are crafted from natural forms. This exercise allowed Manisha to practise the blending of tone in a range of different mediums – something at which she excelled. The image on the left is particularly successful, involving a photocopy that has pieces cut away, with the gaps redrawn.

These graphite pencil drawings of shells were completed from observation. Observational studies such as this should form an integral part of an International GCSE Art sketchbook project.

International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples

These graphite pencil drawings of shells were completed from observation. Observational studies such as this should form an integral part of an International GCSE Art sketchbook project.

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

Gestural, expressive mark-making and smudgy backgrounds - a beautiful sketchbook page.  Nikau Hindin

A* IGCSE Art Coursework: Trinkets, Treasures and Memories

Gestural, expressive mark-making and smudgy backgrounds - a beautiful sketchbook page. Nikau Hindin

beautiful fine line pen drawings of shells by my friend @Alice Cartee Cartee Cartee Cartee Cartee Du Port

beautiful fine line pen drawings of shells by my friend @Alice Cartee Cartee Cartee Cartee Cartee Du Port

Both these sketchbook pages were drawn from direct observation – something that is highly encouraged within CIE IGCSE Art and Design curriculum. Objects were buried in sand (in a tray in the classroom). The second sketchbook page depicts a black and white drawing of a cow skull on brown paper, using skulls that were borrowed from the school Science Department.

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms

Both these sketchbook pages were drawn from direct observation – something that is highly encouraged within CIE IGCSE Art and Design curriculum. Objects were buried in sand (in a tray in the classroom). The second sketchbook page depicts a black and white drawing of a cow skull on brown paper, using skulls that were borrowed from the school Science Department.

example of a gcse art sketchbook exploring shells

International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples