Monday, September 12, 2011

Making a Personal Hardbound Sketchbook

In Ridgway's experience, students take better care of a sketchbook they've made themselves. It serves as a means of communication between teacher and student, gives the student a place for a smooth development of their own ideas and drawing skills, and supports stronger portfolio-building habits.

A shout out to Mr. Russell at Seaside High in California for sharing this recipe with Ridgway! Also MANY, MANY, MANY thanks to all the kind folks at AK Litho for helping trim the paper, saving Ridgway many hours of work at the paper-cutter.

Click here for the slide-show movie on the process!
(This slide show is still under construction, but it helps folks outside understand what we do for the first 2 weeks of Drawing class:)

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