Two Dimensional Arts are:DrawingPaintingPrintmakingCamera Arts- (photography, film, television & video)Computer Imaging
Two Dimensional art Are done on a flat surface, such as piece of drawing paper or a canvas possessing only height and with, but no depth.
Drawing To pull, push or drag a marking tool across a surface to leave a line or mark. Function of Drawing As a personal notation As a study for another As an end of itself
Mediums of Drawing Dry Media includes pencil, charcoal, crayon, and pastel. Liquid Media the most common drawing liquids are black and colored inks.
Painting Drawing with paint. Drawing and painting are closely related. The long history of painting, the strong appeal of color, and the endless image-making possibilities explain painting’s popularity.
Mediums of Painting Watercolor Paintings made by applying pigments suspended in a solution of water and gum to a white paper. Tempera a technique of painting with colors made from powdered pigments mixed with water and egg yolk, size, or casein. Oil paint a paint that consists of pigment mixed with a drying oil.
Printmaking a work of art made by inking a surface with a raised design and pressing it onto paper or another surface. Print Making Methods Relief- cuts away all parts of the printing surface not meant to carry the ink, leaving the design to be printed in the level of the original surface. Intaglio- the opposite of relief were the area below the surface hold the ink. Screen Printing- stencil printing