A lot of the results looked pretty similar by the end of the morning, but as their class work is developing so individually, I'm not too worried by that. It was good to see the sustained effort they managed to put into their work and there was plenty of good observation from first-hand sources going on.
When they have finished their current class work, I am intending to return to some of these studies and the students can develop them further from the photos they took at the museum. Many of the drawings will benefit from some subtle highlighting in white acrylic, to bring out a greater contrast. I might also encourage them to develop stronger tones, contrast and detail in pencil and ink.
After the museum, we had lunch in Central, then walked up to Hollywood Road, taking in the Man Mo Temple and the antiques street just nearby. Hopefully many photos were taken which again can provide some great source material for further ideas and development!