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    My Art final piece controlled assessment is within the next month, but I am struggling with ways to combine all my ideas. Our final piece is A3 size, and our subject teacher says we should combine EVERYTHING we have drawn so far. I understand your final piece should be a representation of your portfolio folder, but I find this will look chaotic to put so much in and am wondering if this is an exam board set rule (or something my teacher has said)? I am predicted a high grade and really have a love of the subject, and don't want the final piece to let me down! My teacher rarely gives advice and is not very approachable, so am really stuck with what to do. Any advice on how to get top marks on a final piece much appreciated As a general background, the theme I'm studying is twisting and turning, and I have so far studied thinks like mazes, botanical illustrations, waves, underwater, and architecture. (I also have done many artist studies relating to these.) Thanks again.
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