9780199368273

Drawing A Sketch and Textbook

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  • ISBN13:

    9780199368273

  • ISBN10:

    0199368279

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 9/1/2014
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Drawing: A Sketch and Textbook combines essential content from a basic drawing textbook with the ample blank space of a sketchbook so that students can immediately practice what they learn. Divided into three parts-the basics, elements of drawings, and the creative process--this innovative textbook/sketchbook aims to teach students how to draw by actively engaging them in practical projects. Authors Margaret Lazzari, Dona Schlesier, and Douglas Schlesier provide reproductions of student and professional artworks that can serve as inspiration/models and give students the opportunity to create a journal of drawings, ideas, notes, and inspirations, for use now and later.

View how-to videos demonstrating key techniques at the book's companion website.

Author Biography


Margaret Lazzari is Professor of Art at the University of Southern California's Roski School of Art and Design.

Dona Schlesier is Professor Emerita of Art at Divine Word College in Epworth, Iowa.

Douglas Schlesier is Professor Emeritus of Art and former Director of the Quigley Gallery in Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa.

Table of Contents


Introduction

PART I: THE BASICS

Chapter 1: Media and Materials
Media
Your Art Box
Grounds
Paper Qualities

Chapter 2: Drawing from Observation
Frames
Thumbnail sketches
Measuring With a Pencil
Light upon Objects

PART II: THE ELEMENTS OF DRAWING

Chapter 3: Lines
Making Lines
Basic Attributes of Lines
Lines That Describe Form
Expressive Qualities of Line
Critical Analysis

Chapter 4: Values
Creating Values
Grouping Values
Describing Form with Values
Contrast
Expression through Values
Critical Analysis

Chapter 5: Shape and Value
Reviewing Lines that Create Shapes and Volumes
Using Values to Create Shapes
Using Value to Depict Volume
Drawing Complex Forms
Foreshortening
Critical Analysis

Chapter 6: Space
Actual and Illusionistic Space in Drawing
Figure/Ground Relationships
Overlapping, Comparison of Size, and Placement to Show Space
Showing Space with Linear Perspective
Circles and Cylinders in Perspective
Atmospheric Perspective
Expressive Use of Space
Critical Analysis

Chapter 7: Texture
Textures Inherent in Media
Textures That Stimulate Actual Objects and Surfaces
Textures Used for Expressive Purposes
Abstracted, Exaggerated, and Invented Textures
Texture to Pattern
Texture, Pattern, and Space
Critical Analysis

Chapter 8: Color
Color Media
Color Relationships
Colored Grounds
Color for Emphasis and Expression
Monochrome, Limited, and Full-Color Drawings
Symbolic, Diagrammatic, or Arbitrary Use of Color
Critical Analysis

PART III: THE CREATIVE PROCESS

Chapter 9: All Things Considered: Composition
Using the Principles of Composition
-in Your Drawing
-Balance
-Rhythm
-Scale and Proportion
-Emphasis, Variety, and Unity
Critical Analysis

Chapter 10: Developing Personal Expression
Developing Your Personal Expression
The Habit of Sketching
Three Projects to Develop Personal Expression
-The Self-Portrait Project
-The Series Project
-The Narrative Project
Critical Analysis

Chapter 11: Critique
Using Your Sketchbook to Develop Ideas and Retain the Original Spark
Inspiration
Seeing with a Fresh Eye
Feedback
Critique Guides

Index
Introduction
PART I. THE BASICS
1. Media and Materials
Media
Your Art Box
Grounds
Paper Qualities
2. Drawing from Observation
Frames
Thumbnail sketches
Measuring With a Pencil
Light upon Objects
PART II. THE ELEMENTS OF DRAWING
3. Lines
Making Lines
Basic Attributes of Lines
Lines That Describe Form
Expressive Qualities of Line
Critical Analysis
4. Values
Creating Values
Grouping Values
Describing Form with Values
Contrast
Expression through Values
Critical Analysis
5. Shape and Value
Reviewing Lines that Create Shapes and Volumes
Using Values to Create Shapes
Using Value to Depict Volume
Drawing Complex Forms
Foreshortening
Critical Analysis
6. Space
Actual and Illusionistic Space in Drawing
Figure/Ground Relationships
Overlapping, Comparison of Size, and Placement to Show Space
Showing Space with Linear Perspective
Circles and Cylinders in Perspective
Atmospheric Perspective
Expressive Use of Space
Critical Analysis
7. Texture
Textures Inherent in Media
Textures That Stimulate Actual Objects and Surfaces
Textures Used for Expressive Purposes
Abstracted, Exaggerated, and Invented Textures
Texture to Pattern
Texture, Pattern, and Space
Critical Analysis
8. Color
Color Media
Color Relationships
Colored Grounds
Color for Emphasis and Expression
Monochrome, Limited, and Full-Color Drawings
Symbolic, Diagrammatic, or Arbitrary Use of Color
Critical Analysis
PART III. THE CREATIVE PROCESS
9. All Things Considered: Composition
Using the Principles of Composition
-in Your Drawing
-Balance
-Rhythm
-Scale and Proportion
-Emphasis, Variety, and Unity
Critical Analysis
10. Developing Personal Expression
Developing Your Personal Expression
The Habit of Sketching
Three Projects to Develop Personal Expression
-The Self-Portrait Project
-The Series Project
-The Narrative Project
Critical Analysis
11. Critique
Using Your Sketchbook to Develop Ideas and Retain the Original Spark
Inspiration
Seeing with a Fresh Eye
Feedback
Critique Guides
Index

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