Creating the Perfect Sketchbook: A Masterclass

From our wonderful Art Department

ART@RGS

Our RGS artists pride themselves on delivering well considered and professionally arranged supporting material for all of their projects. Yes, you guessed it, this is your handy go-to-guide on what is expected throughout your sketchbooks. There are a number of main attributes that all sketchbooks and supporting material requires. The following tips will hopefully be helpful in improving how you collate your evidence and present work for examination. If you are looking for a thorough example of the standard expected, please feel free to take a look at the video at the base of this page, featuring one of our GCSE artists, Matthew Hutton. This collection of three books are based around his impressive large-scale sculptural piece, Entity.

1.Thoughtful, intelligent analysis.

  •  Be self-critical. Constructive, reflective analysis of what you have made and consideration of what works/what doesn’t shows your ability to have critical distance from your own work – an important technique…

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