We have been very busy collating all of the entries for the Student of the year 2010 competition and they are now online for everyone to view. You can access them at the link below and thank you to everyone who entered. http://www.londonartcollege.co.uk/student-of-the-year/student-of-the-year-2010/entries.htm The tutors will be voting to creating a finalists page in the Continue Reading
We have a new tutorial on our Students Own Tutorials section on our website and we would love for you to go and have a look. We have two tutorials there so far by graphic design students and we are always happy to hear from our students who are taking any of our courses to Continue Reading
If you haven already done so, its now time to enter into the Student Of The Year competition. We have had a wonderful turn out this year so far and students only have 24 hours now to send in their entry. You can find more information at this link – http://www.londonartcollege.co.uk/student-of-the-year.htm
Welcome to our latest blog post, this time about horse paintings. This horse portrait is from one of our London Art College students who is studying on the Pet Portraits Diploma Course. We felt the portrait was completely blog-worthy and hope it inspires our readers. The horse looks very strong in the painting and the Continue Reading
Shoes can be a fantastic subject to draw. There are so many favourites from worn old working boots, to the intricacies of summer sandals. If you haven’t yet tried to draw your own footwear give it a go!
This piece is so colourful it caught my eye when I was looking through this weeks student submissions. I hope you all like it too!
This is a stunning portrait by a student who is currently studying the drawing and painting diploma course. Wonderful artwork and truly inspiring.
This is is a fantastic vibrant illustration by a drawing and painting student and from this example of their work looks as though they are going to have a successful career in illustration.
This drawing was submitted for critique a few weeks ago by a coloured pencil student. I felt it was definitely worthy of adding to our college news blog and hopefully this student will enter it into our student of the year competition!
Lynne Garner has achieved wonderful success with her new e-books. Lynne has kindly written about them for us and I have also included her story on the Colleges website under Students success stories. We wish Lynne the best of luck with her illustrations and her future books and sales. —————————————————— Having had success in getting Continue Reading
The Tribes Website – http://www.thetrib-e.com/home ‘The Tribes’ mission is to allow creative people; Artists, Musicians and designers to share their ideas and creations and turn them into a commercial reality. The concept is to bringing together innovators, early adopters and investors to allow a unique opportunity for anybody to submit their ideas and gain guidance Continue Reading
This is a superb drawing from one of our young artists currently studying on the young artists two course. She has been working on perspective and has illustrated an excellent example of trees receding into the distance.
Here is a good example of the children’s book illustration assignment Firey Fred. The student has used their watercolour techniques well and kept the whole scene light and fresh. Don’t you just love the look on the Dragons face!
One of our tutors forwarded this piece to me for the college news blog and I’m so pleased I am able to show it here. It was created by a student who is currently studying the oils course. To me it gives a feeling of warmth and happiness, although there is some conflict and unease Continue Reading
This is one of my favourite learn to draw pieces that I have seen for a while. The student has used a wonderful array of tones to depict these objects, its all about creating a dramatic effect using light and shade and I feel this student has done well in her quest. I hope that Continue Reading
These are a fascinating set of illustrations from a student who is currently studying the sci-fi and fantasy course. The illustrations show almost a step by step in how this student used a combination of traditional and digital media to create a through provoking and illustrative piece.
We have two new student success stories on our website, you might like to have a read of them for inspiration. Michelle Oak, who is currently on the Graphic Design course scored a fantastic commission to create a logo for a bathrooms company. Read Michelles Story here. I have also recently caught up with Geraldine Continue Reading
Calling All London Art College Students! Student of the Year is closing August 31st 2010. Please Send us your piece for the competition! You can read more about it on our Student of the Year 2010 webpage and you can submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
The London Art College website now has a section within the Student Area for students to write and illustrate their own tutorials to help other students. Our first contributor is a Graphic Design student, Hana Tesar, who has shown how she created her CV piece, which is extremely interesting. Why not check it out – Continue Reading
As you may have noticed the college website has undergone some changes and updates this week. We hope that you enjoy looking around our site, finding the new things we have added and tweaked! We feel it is much easier to navigate and hopefully a joy to view all of the student artwork and available Continue Reading