Fashion Textiles sketchbook.. i just think it looks like a vintage sketchbook because of the old autumn like colours, various textures, illustrations and typography.. a lush mash of everything!

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

I have always loved journal style collage art. Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.

A Level Art sketchbook pages by Lisa Jiang

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.

Wrapping string, twine, yarn or just about any fiber is another great way to roll texture onto your surface

Would love the kids to do their own wall art! Different ways to texture with paint using a cardboard paper towel roll with Alisa Burke.

Mark making tools

Badass Creativity // Mark making tools for Drawing II - students scavenge, assemble, experiment, and make adjustments to tools until they are satisfied. Swatches are created for reference and eventual use in combination with other drawings.

AS Level Art sketchbook. Theme of Dockside - Mark making with black and white paint (Megan Clarke)

AS Level Art sketchbook. Theme of Dockside - Mark making with black and white paint (Megan Clarke) I lile this one because of the tone used it diffrent and the effect that it leaves it. Good effect and also i like the diffrent patterns

String paintings by Sophie Munn: exploration of the linear: a beautiful interwoven tangling of line.

Beyond the Brush: Inventive Use of Media for Painting Students

maryzeran: “ (via sophie munns studio archive: Lines - Part II: conversations in paint…) ”

MARK CHADWICK, ABSTRACT ACID PAINTING BUBBLES 2009: damn book about cancer makes me see pathological cell division everywhere now. #mark_chadwick #painting

chewypinkdough: “ Abstract acid painting Bubbles by Mark Chadwick, 2009 ”

Dreamcicle Journeys- spontaneous mark making with Pamela Paulsrud

Last week, I attended the NW Calligraphy International Conference here at Reed College.

Joan Mitchell Could draw the sounds of a mix or an album on A1 or larger. Very Limited palette of colours and varying grades of pencil. Could develop two sheet 2 with wet medium and different mark making tools (found tools). Develop with different music, or repeated drawings of the same music until drawing the memory of the music. Could work using direct observation or primary photographs, and timed observation ie look at image/object for 1 min draw for 3min.

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