1) explore using the technique chiaroscuro, put candles and light parts of faces, show light and dark parts of people (physical) and also personality ( psychological/mental)
2) Pick a holiday you've been on and explore a travel diary using an artist or two as references and inspiration. Be sure to use art to evoke the mood/smells and feelings you experienced
3)Look at buildings and architecture in your town ( perhaps exploring older aspects as new one will be VERY common by most candidates under this title) Or looking at industry structures, roots of a tree, maps and roads, pull apart an old electronic item and paint what you see on the inside - could lead to some beautiful black and white prints
4)I probably wouldn't do this and it doesn't have enough depth or emotional significance !
5) Equally, this probably isn't the best seeing as you've not got very long at all to complete the work!
- You are already quite behind ( as most people started in February) I would suggest picking two KEY artists for whichever project you do and then exploring them in equal depth before coming to a final outcome which merges what you have learnt. It is quality not quantity.
DO YOU KNOW ANYBODY FROM YOUR SCHOOL WHO HAD THE GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION PAPER - IF SO COULD YOU TELL ME THE THEMES, as I need the same exam board jus the graphics ones! Thanks