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Introduction to Drawing

1. 1. Introduction to DrawingExploring Different Types of Drawing
2. 2. LINE SHAPE VALUEElements of Art used most frequently in Drawing
3. 3. Drawing Exercise where you only look at the objectBlind Contour you are drawing, not at the paper you are drawing on. Helps to train the hand to draw what the eye sees.
4. 4. Drawing exercise where you spend 90% of your timeModified looking at the object and only glancing at your drawingContour paper 10% of the the drawing time.
5. 5. Lines that show the form of an object. Cross-contour lines lay across the object rather than form the outline.ross-Contour
6. 6. Paolo Uccello.
7. 7. Igor Stravinsky. Pablo Picasso. An informed line drawing. It can encompass all forms ofContour contour drawing like blind and modified. The quality of theDrawing line is most important in this type of drawing.
8. 8. War and Peace (Poster Series). Pablo Picasso. Henri Matisse.
9. 9. Quick drawing that shows movement or the mass of an object. It is made through quick sketches and reflects theGesture thinking of the artist.
10. 10. Leonardo da Vinci.Rembrandt.
11. 11. Leonardo da Vinci. Using light and dark values to give the sense of form to Value to two-dimensional drawings.Model Form
12. 12. Courbet. Rembrandt. M. C. Escher.
13. 13. Perspective TermsPerspective -The illusion of depth or distance on a two- dimensional surface
14. 14. Linear Perspective-Using a logical, scientific approach to create convincing effects of space and depth (the word linear means using lines)Vanishing Point-The point where you can see no further in a linear perspective drawing or the point where lines converge to create depth in linear perspective.Horizon Line or Eye Level Line-Always at eye level, where the sky meets the ground (conveys the point of view), not always shown in drawing.
15. 15. Geometric Forms