Many high school Painting / Fine Art students worry that their sketchbooks must be wild, gestural explorations, with layers of media exploding from each page. This sketchbook is a reminder that this is not always the case. Here, a sketchbook layout has been approached with the sophisticated eye of a graphic designer; each page taking on the aesthetic of a contemporary magazine.

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

23 creative sketchbook examples to inspire high school Painting / Fine Art students. it could really help my artist's block.

Pen drawing of natural forms inspired by Ernst Haeckel, by Julia Wright

Pen drawing of natural forms inspired by Ernst Haeckel, by Julia Wright. Studying objects close up, focusing in details on line,shape and tone.

Structure lines on building blocks | (via http://www.pinterest.com/AnkAdesign/collection-3/)

"PHOTOGRAPHY & GRAPHICS" Architecture & Graphic design: I like the contrast of color + black/white, and the use of drawing over an image.

Debbie Smyth

Who: Debbie Smyth What: installation of thread drawing Why: I love the idea of using thread and materials in my next project and this piece particularly interests me because of the "shading" created with more thread

sea GCSE-art-sketchbook-work

This International GCSE sketchbook page example explores wet on wet painting techniques using watercolour and acrylic - learning from artist models such as Hazel Soan.

(Artist Unknown). Mixed media exploration.

Trash or Treasure / Dismantled - artwork on corrugated cardboard by an A-level student at Matravers School in Westbury, Wiltshire, UK

Vintage Botanical Collage - Vintage Fruit Illustrations - Set of 3 Digital…

Citrus Series by Dennis Wotjkiewicz. Photorealistic fruit paintings Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the transl

Alex Williamson, Graphic Designer – Transgender / The NewYorker

In the News: Alex Williamson, Graphic Designer – Transgender / The NewYorker

Iceberg inspiration only...Use white paper and white crayon to draw horizon, iceberg. Then use different shades of blue watercolor to paint sky, water, and light, light blue to paint iceberg.

"The Storm Beneath" iceberg art blue geo watercolour by Dabblelicious on Iceberg series: I wanted to explore through art, the grandeur of icebergs. For me it represents two sides of every story

.ALCOHOL INK BUBBLES....3RD attempt. I was playing with 91% Alcohol here...I may have been unintentionally DRUNK for Halloween last night, just from inhaling the fumes!!!

I was playing with Alcohol here.I may have been unintentionally DRUNK for Halloween last night, just from inhaling the fumes!

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