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Fashion Textiles Sketchbook richly illustrated with mixed media obsevational paintings + design research, fabric interpretations and fashion design development

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Inspiration for all - Fashion Textiles Sketchbook richly illustrated with mixed media observational paintings + design research, fabric interpretations and fashion design development

Printable Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Chart / Maslow's Pyramid Diagram

Printable Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Chart / Maslow’s Pyramid Diagram post image

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).

Top in the World: Stunning Self-Portraits by an A Level Art Student

Not strictly for Photography but some interesting ideas that could transfer - A Level Art sketchbook page by Nikau Hindin

How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development

'How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development.' (via Student Art Guide)

Stunning A Level Art Sketchbook, Preparation and Final Piece

Stunning A Level Art Sketchbook, Preparation and Final Piece

Beautiful artwork exploring distortion of the human form: a beautiful A Level Art sketchbook, with accompanying preparatory work and final piece.

Portraiture: An exciting A2 Coursework Project (A Level Art)

Portraiture: An exciting A2 Coursework Project (A Level Art)

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.

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. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.

It's that wonderful time of year again when the leaves turn red, golden and brown and gather in enticing piles at the side of our streets, all ready to be jumped in and kicked about. But Polish artist...

Self-Taught Polish Artist Joanna Wirazka Uses Fallen Autumn Leaves As Canvases For Her Paintings

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

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

20 creative sketchbook examples to inspire high school Painting / Fine Art students

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

How I make super concise A Level psychology summaries for core studies

If you’re doing A Level psychology (or any psychology subject really), you’ll know there’s a lot of content to remember so having pages and pages of notes is not the best way to r…

Drawing shells: great art lesson by Elizabeth Jendek the Thai Chinese International School, Thailand

50+ Still life drawing ideas for Art students

Drawing shells: art lesson by Elizabeth Jendek the Thai Chinese International School, Thailand

This poster links theorists and theories to the types of play. It also gives you an example of how you could link it to a learning experience. It is very handy as it gives you a quick snapshots of vital theorists and theories to link to your observations and learning stories. Add to wish list …

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I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. Hope they’re ok for you guys! (Think I’ve tagged every possible GCSE subject haha)

I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. (Think I’ve tagged every possible GCSE subject haha)

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