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Tips for producing an amazing GCSE or A Level Art sketchbook
This A Level Art sketchbook page by Nikau Hindin shows an analysis of paintings by Janet Fish. The bottom left image is a photocopy; the top right image is an acrylic copy of part of the painting (there is rarely any need for students to slavishly replicate an entire painting – a small portion is enough for students to gain an understanding of the techniques and processes used).
These sketchbook pages are part of the research and planning in an A Level Photography project exploring the theme ‘Hidden Identity’. The inclusion of test strips is beneficial (even in digital photography these can be produced, testing different contrast, lighting and colour filters that have been applied to an image); images are neatly trimmed and positioned on the pages. Articulate, well-reasoned annotation adds to the sharp, clean presentation style.