Frida Kahlo artist research by artist Abby Hope Skinner. This section of Abby’s Coursework project shows first-hand responses to subject matter (self-portraits of herself in the style of Frida Kahlo, posing with a cat, dog and plants). The photographs of her work in progress are captivating (normally these are not required; in this case they provide stunning evidence that under-drawings have been sketched entirely by hand, with proportions gauged by eye).
Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.
Fisher-Price Thomas the Train Wooden Railway Build-it-Higher Track Riser. Your child can elevate their Wooden Railway track layouts with this track pack that allows them to create track risers using pieces from their collection. The included plastic 2-inch track piece can be combined with two 3-inch straight tracks to make a level-1 track riser. The plastic piece can also be combined with two 8-inch tracks (sold separately and subject to availability) to make a level 3 riser. The...
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There are so many student sketchbook pages that are filled with extravagant, over-sized headings, decorative fonts, borders and other unnecessary ornamentation: it is refreshing to see this AS Level sketchbook page by Jack Broad. Here, accurate, first-hand drawings in a range of mediums are surrounded by brief annotation. This page is a reminder of what really matters in the initial stages of a project: competent observational drawing and visual exploration of subject-matter.
Mixed media sketchbook pages explore a wide range of tactile surfaces and structures. The properties of threads and fabric are investigated thoroughly, using a range of mediums and techniques, resulting in rich, exciting pages. Small, tidy annotation surrounds the pieces, providing thorough analysis without causing distraction from the work itself. - See more at: http://www.studentartguide.com/articles/fashion-design-sketchbooks#sthash.7Fzuot6D.dpuf