This is a very interesting batch of artwork from Coloured Pencil student Amelia Whiffin. If you scroll down, you will see two drawings of the same object and the photo that Amelia too to show her tutor. We thought this might be very useful for students to see how Amelia has very cleverly interpreted each drawing and note what she has include, what she has accentuate and what areas she has perhaps played down. Students are often asked to draw objects or scenes using graphite pencil first as either a general study or sketch or a full tonal drawing. This helps students understand the structure, composition, light and shade etc of the scene. It really helps when moving onto the colour versions in which ever is your chosen media. We hope that you enjoy viewing Amelia’s drawings and are as impressed as we are!