Making Your Mark in Drawing
Manipulate the elements of line, form, scale and perspective to produce artistic work. Utilise two-dimensional and three-dimensional formats. Survey arts materials and methods. Generate ideas and develop them thematically across a series of drawings.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- Initiate and pursue projects that encourage creative development and that stimulate innovation and refinement of personal work
- Have a sound understanding of methods of production related to drawing
- Produce a succinct body of resolved drawings that demonstrate a competency in specific aesthetics of drawing.
- Point and line
- Form and tone
- Drawing the human image
- Images and ideas
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Explore three sources of visual imaging in nature, culture and imagination. You will be encouraged to develop your capacity to generate ideas, develop them thematically and in depth and consider them within an historical context. The subject clarifies techniques used to represent three-dimensional forms on a two-dimensional surface and includes studies in the principal elements and conventions of line, tone, contrast, form, space, composition, proportion, perspective, scale and gesture. Aspects of landscape, still life and the figure are addressed and the study will include a survey of materials and methods of production as well as touching on aspects of conservation of drawings.
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