... the sketch form on paper because Scarlett had moved the easel and all Sam
could see was the sketchbook's back. ... The temperature had risen also; the
ceiling fans merely agitating the hot air. ... 'Modelling. I've done it myself.' 'For your
self-portraits?' 'Sometimes. I work mostly off photos for those.' More dart-like
Author: Cathryn Hein
Publisher: Cathryn Hein
He might be the perfect model, but is he the right man for Scarlett? When up-and-coming artist Scarlett Ash discovers the perfect model in small-town Levenham, she can’t believe her luck. Her creativity abandoned her months ago and with her move to London to take up a prestigious residency fast approaching, she’s desperate for a muse to bring it back. Surfing dairy farmer Sam Greenwood is delivering milk when a gorgeous girl accosts him. Charmed by her invitation to model for a painting, Sam wants to say no. While Scarlett might be stunning, she’s arty-farty weird, and he’s flat out with his growing dairy business. Somehow, though, he can’t resist. As Scarlett struggles to find her way with her new work, Sam becomes determined to help. Scarlett is smart, talented and sympathetic to the unremitting toil of dairy farming, and they’re both healing from failed relationships. Soon burgeoning friendship blossoms into so much more. Knowing that London beckons and her time in Levenham is short, Scarlett resists the lure of love. She has no plans to return to Levenham, and big-hearted Sam deserves more than a brief fling followed by a quick goodbye. Except as their affair deepens, how can she leave the man who’s not only given her back her passion but her heart?
The role of the adult is to lead the sessions safely, modelling the activities. ... that
the adult does not draw on the children's work, instead modelling examples in
their own (adult's) sketchbook. ... en plein air • monochrome • shading • neutral •
linear • cross-hatching • still life • 3D aesthetically pleasing Patterns in plants ...
Author: Sue Waite
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Teaching outside the classroom improves pupils' engagement with learning as well as their health and wellbeing, but how can teachers link curriculum objectives effectively with enjoyable and motivating outdoor learning in Year 4? The National Curriculum Outdoors: Year 4 presents a series of photocopiable lesson plans that address each primary curriculum subject, whilst enriching pupils with the benefits of learning in the natural environment. Outdoor learning experts Sue Waite, Michelle Roberts and Deborah Lambert provide inspiration for primary teachers to use outdoor contexts as part of their everyday teaching and showcase how headteachers can embed curriculum teaching outside throughout the school, whilst protecting teaching time and maintaining high-quality teaching and performance standards. All of the Year 4 curriculum lessons have been tried and tested successfully in schools and can be adapted and developed for school grounds and local natural environments. What's more, each scheme of work in this all-encompassing handbook includes primary curriculum objectives; intended learning outcomes; warm-up and main activities; plenary guidance; natural connections; ICT and PSHE links; and word banks.
8 The drawing hyperbolizes a familiar iconography, the Madonna and Child in
the open air: part Madonna of Humility, part ... and palaces at the expense of
narrative, and not only in model drawings like those in Jacopo Bellini's
Author: Christopher S. Wood
Publisher: Reaktion Books
In the early sixteenth century, Albrecht Altdorfer promoted landscape from its traditional role as background to its new place as the focal point of a picture. His paintings, drawings, and etchings appeared almost without warning and mysteriously disappeared from view just as suddenly. In Albrecht Altdorfer and the Origins of Landscape, Christopher S. Wood shows how Altdorfer transformed what had been the mere setting for sacred and historical figures into a principal venue for stylish draftsmanship and idiosyncratic painterly effects. At the same time, his landscapes offered a densely textured interpretation of that quintessentially German locus—the forest interior. This revised and expanded second edition contains a new introduction, revised bibliography, and fifteen additional illustrations.
These folds will be consistent when clothes are on hangers, or on a life-drawing
model holding a pose. ... You will also draw people's clothing in your sketchbook.
... to even small actions, and the finest materials might be affected by the actions
of air currents and wind as well, so that they drift or trail behind the wearer.
Author: Nancy Beiman
Publisher: AVA Publishing
Animated Performance guides you through the process of bringing animated characters to life. Nancy Beiman demonstrates how animated characters need not be constrained by the limitations that restrict human actors and shows how species, weight and design affect character actions.
The design appealed so much to Villard de Honnecourt that he included this “
ronde verrière” in his sketchbook, giving it ... to one another and by an air of
unfolding from the centre outwards, but by vigorous modelling and deeply incised
Author: Hans Jantzen
Publisher: Princeton University Press
This engaging study introduces the reader to one of the greatest achievements of Western art: the climactic phase of Gothic architecture in the first half of the thirteenth century. Through a comparative analysis of the cathedrals of Chartres, Reims, and Amiens, the author illuminates the technical, theological, artistic, and social factors that formed the High Gothic synthesis. Drawing on a lifetime of scholarship, he successively characterizes the different parts of the Gothic cathedral and describes the human context of the three great buildings.