“I am pleased I chose to study Graphics at DSFC – it is something I enjoy and wish to pursue as a career. I have learnt a great deal in the short space of time I have been here and am consistently pushed to produce my best work. I particularly enjoyed the smaller projects I completed at the start of Year 12 as they allowed me to explore a range of techniques for producing work. If I could change anything I would have been more adventurous with my work, taking risks and accepting challenges.”


The course requires first hand observations and drawing.

You should record your environment in any suitable form. This is a good source of practise to keep creative and actively looking and observing.

It can be shown in any format. It could be a series of loose studies or sketchbook pages or a photographic slide show on a memory stick. Any scale or media can be used.

Visit one or more exhibitions and collect reference material. If you are unable to see the exhibit first hand, try and visit virtual exhibitions and create a Powerpoint of reference material from it.

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