I love this piece of art as it shows the variation of hands that have been sketched. The effect of this in the format of a sketch book is that you can experiment in lots of different ways on one page to show the reader or the observer how many different techniques have been used to achieve the final piece.
De Bethune DB25 World Traveller Watch Hands-On - by James Stacey - More awesome shots at: aBlogtoWatch - "Aside from perhaps a moon phase, few complications seem better suited to a De Bethune than those showing multiple time zones. With the De Bethune DB25 World Traveller, you get not only world time indication but also a true GMT display, time, and date. Despite the high level of complication, De Bethune has managed to preserve the the clean lines and marine chronometer aesthetic..."
One of the assignments I would give my photography students...take pictures of the hands of your family. Generations of hands show characteristics like no other. A great way to show where we came from...the hands!
Sensory- What a great idea for kids who are learning their sense of touch! Using different objects for the different textures is one way to adapt this activity. For example instead of waxed paper for something smooth, you could use parts of a smooth leaf.