Final Booklet – Part 2

We have submitted our books for moderation and are now left to wait…

I know I could of done so much more if I had just planned my days better, however nothing can be done and I will just have to pay the price of being lazy…

Out of all the experiments and recording my least favourite part is the annotation, I thouroughly detest writing, because of that I always forget to aknowledge my thought process, which, in turn, makes it very hard for the reader/ examiner to underdstand my book, way of thinking and ideas… That has to be the worst thing ever, how can they give marks on something incomprehendable?! Oh deary, deary me… I’m not expecting much of a grade this time round.

But for those who are curious as to what my book looked like, here are some pretty pictures.

xox Much love Holly xox

Prince Charles Celebrates Lifetime of Achievement on His 65th Birthday

LOVE THE IMAGES! Charles is in my book!!

The Royal Firm

Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall visit Akshardham Temple on November 8th during their nine day tour of India. Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall visit Akshardham Temple during their nine day tour of India.

As Prince Charles marks his 65th birthday this Thursday, November 14th, he reaches an age when most people prefer to focus on drawing a pension, blissful days of retirement and slowing down. Instead, Prince Charles has steadily increased his royal duties, including this week’s tour of India and Sri Lanka where he will be representing the Queen at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, Prince Charles is proving that he’s just getting started.

Prince Charles doesn't really eat lunch. He sometimes has a sandwich but nothing else. If he is out working he may just have a drink of orange juice. This is probably why he is the exact weight as 30 years ago and still wears all of his old suits and uniforms. Prince Charles doesn’t really eat lunch. He will sometimes have a sandwich but nothing else. If he is out working he may just have a drink of orange juice. This is probably why he is the exact weight as 30 years ago and can still wear all of his old suits and uniforms.

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I Remember

This week we looked at the works of Joe Brainard and his ‘I remember’ book.

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We were read a few of his little, erm ‘poems’? [I guess]. Then we used the way he wrote mini memories to write our own about the recent visits to the museums. With our newly formed remembrances, we then (of course) illustrated them in a small paper book. A mini book for our mini memories!

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The first and last page where illustrated with my opposite hand, and we were very time constricted! Though it was good fun making our own little books and discovering you can annotate in more creative ways. Loved it!

* The memories that didn’t make the book*

I remember the beautiful cinema chairs in the Museum of London.

I remember climbing a lot, and I mean A LOT of stairs

I remember spilling my coffee on my drawing – the Dodo one!!!

I remember the amazing architecture of the ancient museum buildings