May 20, 2022
ART 133 - Drawing Lab Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 0
Lab Hours: 6
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: General
study of the tools and techniques necessary for entry-level visual arts in drawing. Emphasis on still life using gesture, contour, shape, plane, volume and value/tonal techniques. Basic drawing skills with pencil, charcoal and eraser are explored.
- Use gesture and contour techniques to create line drawings
- Create drawings using positive shape and negative space principles
- Render still life set ups using line to create shape, plane, and volume
- Create a value scale using a variety of mediums.
- Demonstrate how light affects form.
- Create renderings with charcoal and eraser using toned-ground techniques
- Select optimum types of charcoal, eraser, and paper surfaces for drawing techniques
- Develop repetitive marks and patterns to achieve texture.
- Utilize varying line width and line weight in order to create form and depth.
- Demonstrate knowledge of linear perspective and foreshortening.
- Identify the basic elements and principles of design and apply them in a composition.
- Differentiate between successful and unsuccessful composition.
- Critique artwork objectively, individually and in groups.
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