I was working in my attic room because it is a nice big space and I like doing my art homework in there. It's was really hot so I opened the big roof window and was working in my sketchbook beneath the window. When I went out I left my sketchbook open on the double page I was working on and the window as it was. It started raining really heavily and I didn't think anything of it however when I got home I remembered that I had left my sketchbook under a big open window whilst it had been lashing it down. I ran up to find my sketchbook absolutely drenched! I had to pour the pools of water out of my sketchbook. I am an A/A* grade student and a whole years worth of work and MANY hours of my time has been put into in that sketchbook. A lot of the work it is damaged and most of the pages will dry crinkley and creased. I tried to dry of the pages but I don't know what else to do! Will my grade be lowered? Will I have to re do the work?
Damaged GCSE art coursework Watch
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Last edited by Missbekahxo; 21-07-2016 at 21:03.
- 21-07-2016 21:02
- 24-07-2016 23:30
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