Observational study for an International GCSE Art project - A comprehensive sketchbook page based on the natural forms of shells.
Brown mushrooms (detail) by Susannah Blaxill. Watercolour
Observational drawing from my first project at Leeds; experimenting with pencil, pen, paint and stitch.
Always a fan of ink on typographical backgrounds
I love how the media used to illustrate the tomatoes changes with the type of…
Collaged Face Texture! paper art Visual Texture Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures
This International GCSE Art sketchbook example includes drawings of crumpled cans found at a local beach as well as watercolour paintings of shells.
Collecting, ripping and arranging a range of images, textures and surfaces can provide a creative base upon which to write and draw further ideas. These pages from a visual journal explore ideas related to illustration, fairytales and mythology.