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Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing.<br /> Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats.<br /> <br /> Please l...

Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece of extended writing.<br /> Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats.<br /> <br /> Please l...

Cubism study for GCSE Art 'Order and 'Disorder'

Cubism study for GCSE Art 'Order and 'Disorder'

Regardless of the body proportions, drawing realistic ears have a rule of thumb to follow Learn this rule...(remembering that the bottom of the ear varies with each person)...Three rules of thumb that never change is that there are three main basic parts of the ear that are necessary: the outer edge, the inner edge, and the hole leading to the eardrum. If you can get them down on paper, the battle is half done

Regardless of the body proportions, drawing realistic ears have a rule of thumb to follow Learn this rule...(remembering that the bottom of the ear varies with each person)...Three rules of thumb that never change is that there are three main basic parts of the ear that are necessary: the outer edge, the inner edge, and the hole leading to the eardrum. If you can get them down on paper, the battle is half done

omg i was looking at this picture when the little daughter (5 years old) of my parents' friends sitting next to me asked "where is the other guy? he should be sitting next to her, shouldn't he? why isn't he there?" i didn't know what to answer x.x

omg i was looking at this picture when the little daughter (5 years old) of my parents' friends sitting next to me asked "where is the other guy? he should be sitting next to her, shouldn't he? why isn't he there?" i didn't know what to answer x.x