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sketchbook of the DAMNED! by jwhall360 on deviantART

my faithful sketchbook sketchbook of the DAMNED!

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. This page is the result of a visit to the National Gallery, where Ruth documented war art from a range of time periods.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. This page is the result of a visit to the National Gallery, where Ruth documented war art from a range of ti

Sketchbook Idea.  Form something new from what is already there.  Be poetic!  Don't let the written word scare you if you don't normally work in it.  Learn to use words in your art in ways no one would expect!

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Incorporate art into writing (poetry): Students can even pick a page from their favourite book as an inspiration. Book page poetry is really neat and a great way to show creativity with older kids. This is an interesting way to teach poetry.

my dad told me that quote a while ago when i told him about all the things i wanted to do

Pencil Portrait Mastery - my dad told me that quote a while ago when i told him about all the things i wanted to do - Discover The Secrets Of Drawing Realistic Pencil Portraits

Absolutely Fantastic style in this sketchbook. Not sure who the artist is. There's a link below...however it's a Chinese site, so I'm confused about whether or not this is an artist showcasing their work, or if this is a Chinese Pinterest style board/blog.

I just realized that Grandma Marilyn had her own version of a junk journal/ art journal/ smashbook, decades before they became a trend! She had little notebooks similar to this, in which she doodled and glued magazine clippings with artsy stuff.

How to develop a topic.  Although this is for A Level Art courses it is relevant for NCEA level 3 as well.

How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development

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