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4 School value canvas designs


Posted 25 Nov 2015

Genesis 01 - The first 7 days - Scene 08a - God saw it was good
Genesis 01 – The first 7 days – Scene 08a – God saw it was good
This scene depicts Excellence in the form of God’s creation in Genesis chapter 1.


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Bible Cartoon: Genesis 01 – The first 7 days – Scene 08a – God saw it was good


Luke 10 - Parable of the good Samaritan SET02 - Scene 03 - Good Samaritan
Luke 10 – Parable of the good Samaritan SET02 – Scene 03 – Good Samaritan
This scene depicts Respect, based on the story of the Good Samaritan in Luke chapter 10.


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Bible Cartoon: Luke 10 – Parable of the good Samaritan SET02 – Scene 03 – Good Samaritan


1 Samuel 17 - David and Goliath - Scene 01 - David sees Goliath jeering
1 Samuel 17 – David and Goliath – Scene 01 – David sees Goliath jeering
This scene depicts Aspiration, namely David’s to defeat Goliath!


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Bible Cartoon: 1 Samuel 17 – David and Goliath – Scene 01 – David sees Goliath jeering


Luke 19 - Zacchaeus the tax collector - Scene 04a - Who me?
Luke 19 – Zacchaeus the tax collector – Scene 04a – Who, me?!
This scene depicts Inclusion, based on the story Jesus’ meeting with Zacchaeus in Luke chapter 19.


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Bible Cartoon: Luke 19 – Zacchaeus the tax collector – Scene 04a – Who, me?!


I have completed 4 pieces of artwork (last week) which will form a large design for my wife’s school. The 4 Bible stories illustrate the schools’ values: Excellence, Respect, Aspiration & Inclusion. The canvases are based on well known stories from the Bible.

I’ve had to work larger than I normally do in Corel PhotoPaint, as each canvas is A2 size (594 × 420 mm or 16.54 × 23.39 inches). I normally draw & colour at A4 (297 × 210 mm or 8.27 × 11.69 inches.) That put a load on my computer… I had to shut down any other programs I had running alongside PhotoPaint, just in case it crashed! I managed to get the artwork finished with few issues though.



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