Fashion Sketchbook with observational drawings and mixed media explorations of trees, armoury, structure and fabric manipulation

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Sketchbook with observational drawings and mixed media explorations of trees, armoury, structure and fabric manipulation Amazing A-level sketchbook

Sketchbook with some of the best drawings ever made... - The Meta Picture

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Aether, 2013. Leather hand bound artist's book. Detail of cut and printed internal page. Book art by Louisa Boyd

Book art by Louisa Boyd- Aether, Leather hand bound artist's book. Detail of cut and printed internal page.

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike

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These sketchbook pages include observational drawings, dresses and fabric experiments (including distressed materials) that are inspired by insects. Designs are developed from original first-hand experience, with clear links between initial observational work and subsequent explorations with fabrics and garment forms.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages include observational drawings, dresses and fabric experiments (including distressed materials) that are inspired by insects.

Photography Sketchbook Ideas – 16 Inspirational Examples

Photography Sketchbook Ideas – 16 Inspirational Examples

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and generally the most under appreciated. Aside for cosmetic reasons, people don’t really take care of their skin. The health benefits to maintaining a healthy epidermis can help increase your overall health.

Photography Sketchbook by s.rosie24, via Flickr

Course work sketchbook ideas Photography Sketchbook I like how the tracing paper overlays the photographs so you can read the commentary and then pull it back and see the images on their own.

This has given me the idea of creating a series of pictures of one facial feature, of 3-4 generations, e,g, eye, ear, nose. I currently plan to use my grandfather, father, and myself.

Eye studies (F). Recognizes and develops art making as a risk-taking process that incorporates existing knowledge, brainstorming, planning, discovery of unexpected connections, and recognition of serendipity

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