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DRAWING 1.Why? To do Multimedia Design your produce Story Boards Sketches of Screen Layout “Roughs” of 3D scenes Design Promotional/Packaging material for your work It is fun and rewarding 2.But I can’t draw! Yes you can Your need “Touch” To see rather than look To practice

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Drawing l.jpg

DRAWING


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1.Why?

  • To do Multimedia Design your produce

    • Story Boards

    • Sketches of Screen Layout

    • “Roughs” of 3D scenes

    • Design Promotional/Packaging material for your work

  • It is fun and rewarding


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2.But I can’t draw!

  • Yes you can

  • Your need

    • “Touch”

    • To see rather than look

    • To practice

    • Something to draw with

    • Something to Draw on

    • Something to Draw

    • A positive attitude


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3.Materials

  • Drawing Implements

    • Pencils, crayons, fountain pens, pastels, etc.

    • In fact, anything that makes a mark

  • Surfaces

    • Paper, card, canvas, etc.

  • Recommended you buy,

    • Pencils (HB,2B,&4B), eraser (putty, rubber) cheap paper to practice on and a sketch box

    • You will also need a support for the paper


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4.Starting Out 1 of 2

  • “The more I practice, the luckier I get”- Gary Player

  • Use the paper

  • Simplify

  • If you want photographic realism, use a camera

  • Really look at the subject

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4.Starting Out 2 of 2

  • Don’t be afraid to make a mistake

  • Believe you can do it

    • It took 3 years for Van Gogh to produce a reasonable sketch!

  • Avoid symbol thinking


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5.An Experiment

  • Picture a table in your house/flat

  • Write down a description of it, what is on the top of it and anything near to the table.

  • Now draw it

  • You cannot draw well if you do not look

  • Faces experiment


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6.Eyeline

  • Everything we see has an eyeline

    • The horizon

  • Horizon changes as we move our head

    • Keep the same viewpoint when drawing

  • Objects get smaller the further away they are

    • Does anything else appear to happen to them?


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7.Perspective

  • Name to describe object getting smaller as they recede

  • 1 point perspective

  • 2 point perspective

  • Multipoint perspective


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8.Problems with Perspective

  • Gets difficult/impossible to place all vanishing points

  • Does not work because paper is not infinite

  • Solution is draw what you see


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9.Tone

  • Near objects have more contrast

  • An object crossing a dark/light boundary will appear to change tone

  • Try squinting to see tonal values


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10.Tips to help if you are stuck

  • “Block Out” the sketch first

  • Try drawing negative shapes

  • If copying a photo, try drawing it upside down

  • Estimate relative angles & sizes with a pencil.


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