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AccessArt: How to use pencil measurements in life drawing

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Recently came across AccessArt a charity committed to furthering the advancement of education in the visual arts. Lots of great content on their site and youtube.

AccessArt has led the way in employing new and creative approaches to teaching and learning particularly for those who learn best visually, spatially and kinaesthetically.

AccessArt designs and delivers creative projects in the community and in schools, working with learners of all ages. This learning and teaching is then developed and shared via the AccessArt web site, which is a richly textured, dynamic and inspirational resource bank aimed at pupils, students and life-long-learners, as well as teachers, gallery educators and artists.

In this video - Sheila Ceccarelli from AccessArt describes to teenagers how to use a pencil to measure and draw the figure in proportion.
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