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Build geometric shapes on top of a sketch. Apply a different material in each section. You could recycle a pen or pencil observational study to do this.

Build geometric shapes on top of a sketch. Apply a different material in each section. You could recycle a pen or pencil observational study to do this.

Observational studies using different materials,pencil ink water colour charcoal etc

Observational studies using different materials,pencil ink water colour charcoal etc

Development and sketchbook work- Bones- Lauren Nurse

What Is The Law Of Attraction

Textiles Student Sketchbook exploring Growth from Decay - observational drawings & mixed media mushroom studies // Connie Evans

Textiles Student Sketchbook exploring Growth from Decay - observational drawings & mixed media mushroom studies // Connie Evans

I know this is looking at facial features but I want you to look at how this page is arranged and how to student has represented the face using different techniques.

I know this is looking at facial features but I want you to look at how this page is arranged and how to student has represented the face using different techniques.

Line and Tonal Pencil Drawing for Botanical Observations | Features | Painters Online

Line and Tonal Pencil Drawing for Botanical Observations | Features | Painters Online

I like the colours and the accuracy of the sweets and the fact that they wrote about each of them too

I like the colours and the accuracy of the sweets and the fact that they wrote about each of them too

Student Art Guide: International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples

International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples

Observational study for an International GCSE Art project - A comprehensive sketchbook page based on the natural forms of shells.

Observational study for an International GCSE Art project - A comprehensive sketchbook page based on the natural forms of shells.

I would encourage the students look for shell, and to sketch them in place.  Not picking them up, just sketch them as they rest on the sand...even if the water tickles your feet.

I would encourage the students look for shell, and to sketch them in place. Not picking them up, just sketch them as they rest on the sand...even if the water tickles your feet.