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    • Introduction to 2-D Media: Painting and Drawing
      Reading:
      Artforms, 78-103
      Terms/Concepts:
      Drawing, Drawing as Record, Drawing as Preparatory Tool, Study, Cartoon, Drawing as Art Form, Hatching, Crosshatching, Pointillism, Contour Drawing, Tooth, Weight, Pencil, Charcoal, Conte Crayon, Pastel, Fixative, Chiaroscuro,
      Washes, Gouache, Paint, Pigment, Binder, Vehicle, Support, Primer, Ground, Watercolor, Tempera, Gesso, Encaustic, Glaze, Impasto, Acrylic, Buon Fresco vs. Fresco Secco,
    • What is drawing?
      draw·ingnoun ˈdrȯ(-)iŋ
      1: the art or technique of representing an object or outlining a figure, plan, or sketch by means of lines
      2: an artwork created from lines or areas of tone created with a dry medium on a piece of paper. For example, graphite pencil, charcoal, colored pencil, pastel, or silverpoint.
      3: a two-dimensional artwork created from lines or tone that is dominated by a dry medium but can include wet mediums such as ink, and washes of paint.
    • What is drawing?
      draw·ingnoun ˈdrȯ(-)iŋ
      1: the art or technique of representing an object or outlining a figure, plan, or sketch by means of lines
      2: an artwork created from lines or areas of tone created with a dry medium on a piece of paper. For example, graphite pencil, charcoal, colored pencil, pastel, or silverpoint.
      3: a two-dimensional artwork created from lines or tone that is dominated by a dry medium but can include wet mediums such as ink, and washes of paint.
    • Functions of Drawing
      Drawing as a Record
      Drawing as a Preparatory Tool
      Drawing as an Art Form
    • Drawing as a Record
      Elizabeth Cook. Julian Assange appearance at Westminster Magistrate Court. December 7, 2010.
    • Drawing as Record
      I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and leaves less room for lies.
      Le Corbusier
      My attitude towards drawing is not necessarily about drawing. It's about making the best kind of image I can make, it's about talking as clearly as I can.
      Jim Dine
    • Drawing as a Record
      Peter Millet. Fort Lewis Court Martial Hearings. November 2010.
    • Drawing as a Record
      J. Webber del, W. A night dance by woman, in Hapaee. Sharp sculp. Plate 17 from Cook, James, 1728-1779.
    • Drawing as a Record
      J. Webber del, J. Various articles at Nootka Sound. Record sculp. Plate 40 from Cook, James, 1728-1779.
    • Drawing as a Record
      Unknown. Six Portraits, a detail from Back Ship and Crew. ca. 1854. color on paper.
    • unknown
      The North American Adjutant General (Adams)
      Kita amerikajinbutsuperurizō
      ca. 1854
      color on paper
      36.8x25.4cm
    • Drawing as Record
      Leonardo da Vinci. Anatomical Drawings.
      Nerves and Muscles from Gray’s Anatomy
    • Drawing as Record
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884. Oil on Canvas
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Study for A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1874-1884. Conte Crayon.
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Study for A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1874-1884. Conte Crayon.
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Study for A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1874-1884. Conte Crayon.
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Study for A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1874-1884. Conte Crayon.
    • Drawing as Preparatory Tool
      Georges Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884. Oil on Canvas
    • Drawing as Art Form
      I use the devices of technical drawing. These devices help shine the sharpest light on the things I depict. I am against hierarchies and perspective. I arrange the objects of my drawings on a spatial plane using cavalier projection. The origins of this projection lay in military cartography - fore, mid and background are got rid of and everything depicted is equally close and far. The viewer becomes the architect and the drawing, an architectural plan. He or she is no longer earthbound but hovers like an angel over the described scene, taking in the entire design.
      I was raised on the north-east coast of England, and this has conditioned my aesthetic. I think like the flat, grey skies of wintery Whitley Bay - tonally. I use very hard pencils, very rarely softer than 4H. Sometimes the pencils are so hard it seems they would rather scratch a hole in the paper than give up their pale graphite.
      Paul Noble
    • Drawing as Art Form
      Drawing is deception.
      MC Escher
    • Drawing as Art Form
      Makiko Kudo, Sketch, 2000s
    • Drawing Materials
      Dry
      Pencil
      Charcoal
      Chalk
      Pastel
      Conte Crayon
      Wet
      Pen
      Marker
      Ink
      Gouache
    • Drawing Pencils
    • Charcoal
    • Oil Pastel
    • Chalk Pastel
    • Conte Crayon
    • Drawing Pens
    • Gouache and Ink Washes
    • Qualities of Line
    • Qualities of Line
    • Mark Making: Creating Value
      Blending
      Pointillism
      Hatching
      Cross-Hatching
    • Mark Making: Values
    • Painting Definitions
      painting [ˈpeɪntɪŋ] n
      1. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Art Terms) the art or process of applying paints to a surface such as canvas, to make a picture or other artistic composition
      2. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Art Terms) a composition or picture made in this way
      3. the act of applying paint to a surface with a brush
    • Surfaces
    • First Application Tools
    • Brushes
    • Brushes
    • Paint Knives
    • Paint
      Pigment + Binder = Paint
    • Watercolor
    • Watercolor
    • Oil
    • Acrylic
    • Tempera
    • Encaustic
    • Encaustic
    • Fresco
    • Murals