Is it possible to do an Art A level without... well, taking an Art A level? Watch

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Hey all, I've been wanting to improve my Art skills for some time and really struggle to give myself a structure to follow. I was thinking that maybe I could go through the syllabus or something at my own pace and develop my skills... is that crazy?

I always wanted to do art at school but had no confidence in my skills!

I see a lot of annotation in sketchbooks, what is the annotation about? Is it talking about the piece and critiquing it? Or discussing it in terms of a theme?
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