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Quiz #1 REVIEW Drawing. UNIT 1: Intro to Drawing. 3 Main Drawing Styles. Realistic. Stylized. Abstract. 3 Main Drawing Styles. Realistic - the drawing looks like the object Stylized - the drawing looks like the object, but is exaggerated somehow

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    1. Quiz #1 REVIEW Drawing

    2. UNIT 1: Intro to Drawing

    3. 3 Main Drawing Styles Realistic Stylized Abstract

    4. 3 Main Drawing Styles • Realistic- the drawing looks like the object • Stylized- the drawing looks like the object, but is exaggerated somehow • Abstract- doesn’t depict a person, place, or thing

    5. Using Your Memory An artist should not rely on his or her memory to draw something realistically! To draw an object accurately, draw it from life or use a reference image

    6. 7 Elements of Art Definition: Tools used to create an artwork TEXTURE FORM LINE SHAPE SPACE VALUE COLOR

    7. UNIT 2: Contour Line Drawing

    8. Definition & 3 Elements of Art • ContourLine = • An outline that defines an object • Elements of Art: • Line-Defines the object’s shape, adds interior details; creates shape and space • Shape- 2D, or flat; geometric or organic (circle, square, triangle, etc.) • Space- Taken up by the subject (positive) or lack thereof (negative)

    9. Scale vs. Proportion • Scale-Refers to the size of an object • Proportion-Part of an object in relation to its whole

    10. Drawing Symmetrical Objects Begin by drawing an axis of symmetry line Next, draw circles or ellipses to break up the object’s planes Lastly, use contour lines to establish the shape of the object

    11. Drawing Organic Objects with Basic Shapes Use this technique to maintain scale and proportion

    12. Drawing Rectangular Prisms (Boxes) Check the angles of each part of the box with your pencil (close one eye, and hold pencil in the air)

    13. Drawing Multiple Objects • Use reference lines and measuring with pencil to compare scale and proportion of objects • What are reference lines? • Reference lines made between • objects to determine correct • scale, proportions, height, • spacing, etc. of multiple objects

    14. Sketching Media • Pencils- • H pencils are preferable because they sketch lighter, and may be easier to erase (HB, 2H, or 4H) • Charcoal- • Vine charcoal is easiest to erase

    15. UNIT 3: Grayscale Rendering

    16. Definition & 3 Elements of Art • Rendering = the process of creating, shading, and texturing an image, especially a realistic one • Elements of Art: • Value-Degree of light and dark on a scale (tints, midtones, shades) • Form-3D version of Shape; has dimension (spheres, cylinders, cones, etc.) • Texture- The way something feels when it’s touched (visual texture)

    17. Terminology- Value Scale & Contrast • Value Scale- Shows the range of available values • Tints = lightest values • Midtones = medium values • Shades = darkest values • Value Contrast- The difference between light and dark areas. The more contrast, the better the drawing MIDTONES SHADES TINTS

    18. Terminology- Value Application • Transitional Value Change- Gradual; usually happens when an object’s form is rounded • Abrupt Value Change- • More sudden (i.e. From a 1 to a 5); happens to planar and reflective objects

    19. Rendering Techniques • Shading- Applying value to a drawing in even strokes • Hatching- Creating value with lines • Crosshatching =Two sets of perpendicular • Stippling- Applying value to a drawing with small dots SHADING HATCHING STIPPLING

    20. Medium: Drawing Pencils 6B 2B HB 2H 4H • Made of graphite and wood • Darkest to Lightest (Softest to hardest): 6B 4H • No finger-smudging! Can use a blending stick instead

    21. Medium: Charcoal • Compressed = Darker • Vine = Lighter • Techniques: Reduction of value with kneaded eraser, blending (with tortillion, finger, cotton swab, etc.)

    22. UNIT 4: Color Rendering

    23. Definition and Element of Art • Element of Art: • Color-The degree to which an object reflects or emits light Tertiary Colors- In between the main 6 colors. Examples: Red-orange, blue-green, yellow-green, red-violet Neutral Colors Black, white, gray, brown

    24. Primary colors – RED, YELLOW,BLUE Secondary colors- GREEN, ORANGE,VIOLET Tertiary colors- yellow-orange, red-violet,green-blue, etc. Terminology- The Color Wheel

    25. Terminology- Neutrals • WHITE: When all light waves are reflected away from a surface, it appears white. • BLACK: When all light waves are absorbed by a surface, it appears black. • GRAY: The neutral tints and shades between white and black Neutral Colors Black, white, gray, brown

    26. Color Terminology: HUE • It’s just a fancy word for color! • “Hue” defines pure color in terms such as Red, Green, Blue-Violet, Yellow-Orange

    27. Terminology-TINTS &SHADES • TINT: A lighter version of a hue • Add white! • SHADE: A darker version of a hue • Add black! TINTS SHADES

    28. Terminology-TONE • Adding gray to a pure hue

    29. Terminology-BRIGHTNESS / INTENSITY • The strength or weakness of a color • Some colors are bright/vibrant/intense, and some are more dull/subdued BRIGHT SUBDUED

    30. Techniques- Layering & Blending • Layering- gradually building up color • Blending- Mixing colors together

    31. Medium- Colored Pencils • Made of tubes of wood with an inner core of clay. Instead of graphite, a dye coloring agent is used. • Meant to be layered • Create a waxy appearance • Good for fine detail

    32. Medium- Chalk Pastels • Made of pure compressed powder pigment and a binder (gum arabic) • Dusty, chalky appearance. Easily blended with fingers. Layered and blended more easily than colored pencils