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There are many ways in which drawing can be used as a means examine and develop ideas, this resource simply identifies eight of them. Their purpose is to imbed drawing as a means of working out ideas, as part of the process of creating rather than an afterthought. To this end, each approach is explored from a theoretical viewpoint - a discussion that places the approach into a wider field if ideas.
Each approach is demonstrated in three distinct ways:
Illustration of indicative work - Images and student work offering a clear example of the approach
Demonstrations of how it can be used as a developmental tool – students use of the approach in exploring ideas through a series of stages
Workshop Exercises –a formal or step-by-step description of how to begin the approach.