Category Archives: Part 2 Observation in nature

Tutor report – Assignment 2

My tutors report for assignment 2, written 08/08/13. Complete report is below. Overall Comments Once again this is very well presented and executed work – you have a delicate, meticulous style with close attention to detail. You are really developing … Continue reading

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Assignment 2

Assignment 2 completed 12th July 2013 I had several aims for what I wanted to achieve with this assignment 1) to start immediately without procrastinating about it, 2) to explore various colour media and to try and think outside the … Continue reading

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Check and log Project Drawing Animals

I have already written about most aspects of what is asked here under the individual exercises, so I have only answered these briefly here. What were the main challenges of drawing animals? The main one for me was that animals … Continue reading

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Sketches from A5, A4 and A3 sketch books during part two of the course

These are uploaded for my tutor so that she can see what I have been doing in my sketch books during part two of the course. Any that I do between now and completing the assignment I will add in … Continue reading

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Sketches from small square book during part two of the course

These are uploaded for my tutor so that she can see what I have been doing in my sketch books during part two. Any that I do between now and completing the assignment I will add in here. I have … Continue reading

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Protected: Research point: skeletal structure of a horse and anatomical drawings of George Stubbs

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Exercise Fish on a plate

Aim of the exercise: To draw a fish on a decorative plate (which we could decide whether to show the decoration or not), set in a fairly neutral context using watercolour paper, watersoluble pencils or a mix of coloured pencils … Continue reading

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