Shells, Fish & Sea: An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook
This exquisite, finely-detailed A* IGCSE Art sketchbook was completed by Hania Cho in 2002, exploring a Coastal Environment theme.
Happy Mark Making
If you are stuck with how to add tone to your artwork, pay reference to the mark making sheet attached. There are a number of ways to add tone – you don’t always have to use the side o…
Individually wrapped, numbered and signed prints on high quality card paper. 15cm by 21cm. From the "Samples from the lab" series ....color pencil drawings featuring some quirky and bemused genetic experiments ... All prints come in a plastic sleeve and mailed in a stiff non-bendable mailer in order to prevent damage. Perfect for framing 10% of All Proceeds Go To World Wild LIfe Fund.
How To Draw An EYE - 40 Amazing Tutorials And Examples
699.8Kshares Facebook822 Twitter144 Pinterest698.8K StumbleUpon1 TumblrAn artist knows that when it comes to emulating an object, there is nothing more difficult than trying to draw an eye. This is because the eyes are not just a means to view something but they are the conduit to which the heart of your emotions are connected. Having pretty eyes makes the plainest face glow with beauty and the eye can be very difficult to define. Then is there a doubt that to draw an eye or a pair of eyes…
'Hidden Identity' Final Foundation Project outcomes
These are my final outcomes for my 'Hidden Identity' part 3 art and design Foundation Course project. I explored the theme of hidden identity and how people can lose their identity if they become part of a crowd or, in this case a riot.
GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheets | Teaching Resources
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. Can be used as worksheets, posters and or placemats. Please leave feedback if you found this resource helpful! Happy Teaching :)
A2 Art- Personal Investigation, Unit 3 (Natural Forms)
Sketchbook refrence work, a page looking into botanical illustration from over the years. I have used a cross section of media including watercolour and fineliner. Using different paper to work on has also been an essential part of these pages as I have experimented on working on sugar paper, newspaper and others. Dimensions: Double page spread in A3 sketchbook.
GCSE Art and Design Assessment Objectives Poster for dispay or handout | Teaching Resources
An A3 pdf poster for artroom display to support students' understanding of the Assessment Objectives. This version uses the 'old specification' wording for this years' GCSE (year 11) students - a 'new spec' version is also available for year 10s. The poster aims to keep it simple and provides short 'student speak' explanations of what each assessment objective is looking for. The idea of the poster is to present the process of the project from the perspective of an explorer: developing ideas…
Assignment 3 - Drawing Fruit and Vegetables in Colour
Using Hatching to create Tone in Fruit and Vegeables I started out on this exercise by drawing the 3 different vegetables with the coloured pencil. I then did a thumbnail of each and I tried to focus on the overall shapes (this was really hard for the spring onion on such a small scale - the pepper was easier). I found it an interesting exercise to focus on the facets and planes that make up the surface. The onion and spring onion were fairly boring circles but the pepper had lots of planes…
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Keep A Sketchbook And Have Fun - Drawing On Demand
A sketchbook is like diary for an artist, a place where you can just let out all your art without any worries. Any person who wants to get better at drawing should have a sketchbook, because it not only records your ideas, thoughts and experimentations, but a sketchbook also gets you drawing and drawing, building...