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    KCC Art 211 Ch 6 Drawing And Ch 7 Printmaking KCC Art 211 Ch 6 Drawing And Ch 7 Printmaking Presentation Transcript

    • Chapter 6 Drawing Blind contour drawing
    • Purposes of Drawing
      • Preparation for another larger or more complex work or art
      • A completed drawing or work of art
      • Cartoon – narrative drawing for humor or satire
      • da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man c. 1490
    • da Vinci’s Flying Machine, c. 1486, pen and ink
    • Types of Hatching
      • Hatching – build up of parallel lines
      • Cross hatching – lines going in two directions
      • Contour hatching – parallel lines giving the feeling of mass
    • Hatching
    • Contour Drawings
    • Blind Contour Drawings What are they?
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    • Gesture Drawings What are they and examples
    • Perspective
    • Eye Level
    • Dry Mediawhat is it?
      • Pencil – graphic or colored pencils
      • Charcoal – good for quick sketches
      • Conte crayon – semi hard chalk
      • Pastel – chalk or oil that produces soft color
      • Liquid Media
      • Ink – most common
      • Markers – traditional media
    • Colored pencil drawings by Duey Green Apple 2005 Sugar High 2006
    • Charcoal drawing by JD Hillberry, 2006
    • Conte Crayon drawings
    • Ink Drawings Top - Daniel Loftus, St. George, ink on paper 2002 Right – Vincent, Barn, ball point pen on paper 2007
    • Pastel Drawing by Wolf Kahn trees and red, 2005
    • Pastel drawing by Robert Beckett 2006
    • Chapter 7 Painting
      • Components of paint -
          • Pigment – color derived from plants, animals, minerals and synthetics
          • Binder – mixed with the pigment to hold it to the painting surface
          • Vehicle – makes the pigment spreadable
          • Klimt - Sunflower
    • Paints
      • Watercolor – pigments suspended in water and gum arabic then applied to absorbent paper
      • Tempera – pigments mixed with egg yolk
      • Oils – pigments mixed with linseed oil
      • Acrylic – synthetic medium made with polymers
    • Frank Wilcox – Under the Big Top, c. 1930 watercolor
    • Stephen Quiller – Douglas Fir and Aspen 2007, acrylic
    • Bingham – Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, 1845 oil
    • Painting Vocabulary
      • Matte – not shiny
      • Gesso – paint like ground applied to a support for tempera and oil paintings
      • Support – wood panels, canvas, linen, rag paper, etc
      • Glaze – thinned pigment
      • Impasto – thickly applied paint
      • Encaustic –pigments suspended in bees wax
      • Fresco – pigments suspended in water and applied to damp plaster
    • Diego Rivera, Detroit Industry, fresco at the Detroit Institute of Art, 1933
    • Detail of Detroit Industry, fresco by Diego Rivera
    • Activity and Homework
      • 4 blind contour drawings of 4 different classmates. You will have 5 minutes to complete each one.
      • Homework – Read Chapter 8 and Chapter 12