... and stand well back! Mr Charles's Year 11 group produce some great 'Light Drawings' using an SLR camera with an exposure set to 30 seconds. Just enough time to light a firework, draw a pineapple or write out a word. This is a highly experimental way of working, and the group were totally up for it! Well done you lot... I think the results speak for themselves!
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Recipe:14 AGCE Students (Year 12)
A Big box of graphite pencils
Scissors and Masking Tape
5 DEAD MACKERAL
GO FOR IT!!! Relentlessly pursue an agenda of mark-making and expressionist drawing techniques relating to earlier, experimental, abstract research pages (and some home research on the artist Soutine).
Time: 50 mins.
Not a bad haul! We done to 12 AGCE for this challenging drawing exercise.
Soundtrack provided by Mr Scruff - 'Fish', Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends - 'When the boat comes in', and Sebastian the Crab - 'Under the Sea' (that last one was for Kat! Awwwwww!).
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