From R 59.47
- A2 110g 60Sht
- A3 110g 50Sht
- A4 110g 50Sht
- A3 120g 50Sht
- A4 120g 50Sht
Visual Diary, Source Book, Visual Journal; Art Journal;
How to Use:
- An art diary, art journal or visual journal is a daily journal kept by artists, often containing both words and sketches, and occasionally including Mixed media
- A Visual Diary is not scrapbooking! It is your own creation.
- Available in A4 and A3. A4 Visual Diary is basically used for all prep work and is a bit small for paintings. A3 Visual Dairy is the perfect size as most of the paintings can be done in the diary.
- Use for all the pencil drawing techniques and pencil sketches – good quality 120gsm paper. All the exploration with the pencil create a reference for future use, ask for notes on Pencil Drawing – basic pencils techniques are used with all media – Colour Pencils, Pastel, Charcoal, Oil Pastel…
- Exhibition – just remove the page from the diary and mount! The Visual Diaries can also be part of the annual art exhibition.
- The visual diary is not only a drawing book but also a source book – stick in pictures, collages, and use as a reference for a painting.
- Collect ideas for your next painting by visiting an art museum, copy pictures and explore your own interpretation.
- Sketch every day – find an object around you, your hand, a flower, a building any humble objects.
- Make a sketch of your family at home, during break, draw quickly and confidently, make notes if you like.
- Sketch your mood using line experiments, or listen to music and interpret your mood using pencils and aquarelle or coloured pencils.
Scola Portfolio/Source Book – use as
A Visual Diary
- Cover Eskaboard – sturdy enough for an acrylic painting, it also personalise the book, exhibit all the books at an exhibition.
- 10, 20 or 30, 50 Sheets 135gsm Cartridge Paper – this is the heaviest cartridge paper and excellent for drawing and most art activities.
- Some schools start in Grade 8 – using 3 x 10p Source Books per year, easier to carry.
- Charcoal and Pastels need paper with a tooth – use sugar paper and stick the drawings (after fixing with fixative) into the drawing book.
- Basic Printing may be done in the book.
- Make the pages more exciting by spraying with a thin coat of paper dye – ask for our Newsletter
- Three-dimensional work – all prep in the sketch book and photographs of the process makes the activity even more exciting.
- The comfort of each learner having their own book – not more ‘lost’ sketches or drawings, a full report on all the work done through the year – to show to parents, also a record of work not done as proof!
- YouTube – see demo’s