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Ian Murphy Ornate Architecture, Graphite study | AGA Design 2015 resolution…

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scrunch up a photocopy of a portrait and get students to reproduce the crumpled image. Totally creepy.

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from Student Art Guide

International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples

Student Art Guide: International GCSE Art Sketchbook Examples

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How Color Shapes Our Lives

The wonderful world of color...

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Magazine - Embroidered Portraits by Maurizio Anzeri

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Magazine - Gillian Lambert's Self-Deception

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. the darker shading allows the viewer to feel that they can look into the inside of the shell. As your eye is drawn in deeper it gets darker.

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This illustration has a very sketchy and loose style to it which gives the page movement and interest. I used a similar style in some of my fruit observations. I also like the diverse use of colours which adds depth and shade.

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Watercolour on paper. ‘The sketcher’ (writes Hilder) ‘whose senses are alert, is aware of the sky as the source of all that goes into a piece – light, shade, variations of form, the brightening and fading of tones – even as his pencil or brush is poised to swoop on the paper’.

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Group of Feathers, Shirley Craven, 1957. Pencil and watercolour on paper. The graphic quality and distinctive layered composition reflect a designers' eye. Shirley Craven's innate feling for colour is also very much apparent even at this early stage of her career © Private Collection/ Ferens Art Gallery, Hull Museums

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