We are delighted with these examples of such good tone, shading, observation and attention to detail from these students in Year 7 and 8.. More to come….
and here are just a few:
The RA are setting daily doodle tasks, today’s is draw a lion…
National Portrait Gallery are also asking artists to do a self portrait and upload on to their twitter #hockneydrawings –
The letter yesterday has so many interesting sketchbook links and having the opportunity to draw is important…
Here’s another that I found on the internet…
Dear fantastic art students
We have found a number of rather interesting sketchbooks online, which might inspire you to explore different approaches to drawing. They are really worth looking at (once you’ve opened one, scroll/click through to see the pages) and I hope you feel inspired!
Dynamic colour pencil portraits –
Super cool inky and mixed media works –
Tonal, more ‘realistic’ portraits –
Ruler-line geometric compositions –
A series of paintings that were developed from sketches of the artist’s home environment –
A beautiful sketchbook including drawings with overlapping lines and a cubist sense of shifting facets as people change position –
Y12 have been developing their painting and portraiture skills and since school finished, they have been working hard on their paintings at home, these are some of the pieces submitted in. our home learning champions..
Year 9 have been working very hard on their projects, these are some of the highlights from the work submitted on the virtual classroom. Very well done Y9 for your continued motivation and artistic dedication.