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"I have a chameleon soul. No compass due north, no fixed personality; just an inner indecisivness that is as wide and as wavering as the ocean" - this I like

GCSE Sketchbook by Noah Walton

Create a series of studies of the same thing - vary the shade, colour, tone, media etc.

I like the use of half black and white half colour on some drawings and the accuracy

Pupil example (sketchbook work/ research & investigation) I like the use of half black and white half colour on some drawings and the accuracy

VCE Studio Arts folio by Heesu Kim

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

Finding inspiration from traditional pop art techniques to compose a final structure for Marilyn Monroe. This is page allowed me to also look at different aspects within pop art and use combined colours to create a visual large-scale.

Don't let pages be filled with annotations, whilst they are extremely important to have to get good marks, this is still your ART book, drawings need to be present throughout


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Stuck for what to write in your sketchbook? Here's a quick guide for writing annotations in you GCSE art sketchbook💖

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Pupil example (sketchbook work/ research & investigation) I like the use of half black and white half colour on some drawings and the accuracy

How to Improve Your Sketchbook!

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TIPS for sketch book lovers like-the-one-that-stryker-sniped: My awesome art teacher made this and hung it up in the class. I thought you guys might enjoy it.

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This A Level Art sketchbook page is beautiful in its simplicity: devoid of all superfluous decoration, it shows a dedicated and committed student learning a technique from an artist and then carefully applying this to original artwork.

It's really important to show annotate your work to explain how and why you are using techniques. Even if you don't like a drawing explain that in annotations and show how your improving your artwork

It's really important to show annotate your work to explain how and why you are using techniques. Even if you don't like a drawing explain that in annotations and show how your improving your artwork

Help for arranging observational studies

GCSE Artist research page analysing portraiture and eyes by Samantha Li Tutorial

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