At its essence, a sketchbook page should provide insight into a student’s ideas and intentions, as well as revealing the influence of other artists. 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.

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

a level art sketchbook page, beautiful in its simplicity: devoid of superfluous decoration, a dedicated and committed student learning a technique from an artist and then carefully applying this to original artwork

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"Lips Study" is a print of the original painting by Los Angeles artist Nina Klein. "Lips Study" is printed on high quality Museo Max paper.

Eyes by Elena Tomas Bort, completed as part of Unit 3, Edexcel A Level Art at the Laude British School of Vila-real, Spain.

How to draw realistic eyes within a high school Art project

by Elena Tomas Bort, completed as part of Unit Edexcel A Level Art at the Laude British School of Vila-real, Spain.

Guy Denning (English b1965), self taught contemporary artist/painter based in France. He is the founder of The Neomodern Group and part of the urban art scene in Bristol.

Illustration by Florian Nicolle Florian Nicolle aka Neo is gritty, the kind of gritty you can’t stay away from. Nicolle’s illustration are filled with splattered paintbrushes and unfinished figures left to your imagination to complete.

Teaching Self-Portraits: proportion vs. tracing face shapes. For grades 1-4 teach proportion. For grades 5-8 begin by having students trace a picture of themselves onto transparency using vis-a-vis marker. Students tape transparency into sketchbook for shape reference. For grades 9-12 teach both methods and introduce modeling/value

Teaching Self-Portraits: proportion vs. For grades teach proportion. For grades tape into sketchbooks for a reference. For grades teach both methods and introduce modeling/value

Guy Denning does a quick sketch each day and posts it to his blog. This one was done with conte and chalk and is proff that you can create something striking and accomplished in very little time. By Guy Denning

guy Denning Charcoal/graphite Quick illustration with charcoal creates form and gestural lines. Still realistic and soft. The whites and blacks stand out againt=st the coloured paper

Blue Lights, Paul Bennett. Figurative. Limited edition print. Portraits look stunning framed and hung in any hallway or living room.

Available for sale, Blue Lights, Paul Bennett. Portraits look stunning framed and hung in any hallway or living room.

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