The students will gain a control of representational drawing skills, understand and manipulate the proportional relationships from actual objects, manipulating the formal elements and principles to achieve better design solutions, Importance and control of good craftsmanship and presentation skills.
At the end of the course, learners will be able to:
CO1: Have a very good knowledge of basics of drawing and material handling and understanding. CO2: Understand the light and dark and transition of the total value.
CO3: Understand the usage of positive and negative space in a design composition.
CO4: Gaining the composing knowledge of landscape and cityscape drawing and painting.
CO5: Understand the face feature and its measurements.
Unit I – Basics of Drawing
Drawing basics, material handling and understanding, teaching variety of lines, vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved lines, dotted lines, and basic shapes, forms, geometrical shapes and non geometrical shapes, drawing balance, paper balance, freehand drawings, creating image using combinations of different lines,
Unit II – Shading Technique
Light and Dark, and teaching different tonal values, teaching different shading technique, shading with different objects, Fine shading and academic style shading, natural light shading and artificial light shading, study of different textured shading objects, creating different textured shading, study of low and high light tonal values, explain mid tone shadings creating art image using all shading technique.
Unit III – Still-Life
Still life, and variety of still life’s, composing of still life, teaching portrait composing, and landscape composing, composing still life using basic geometrical shapes. Identify the difference between organic still life and inorganic still life, doing still life drawing using different shading style, study of organic still life, study of fruit, vegetables, flower, plants, and study of inorganic still life, wooden geometrical objects, cloths studies, metal objects and glass objects.
Unit IV – Perspective Drawing
Perspective drawings, eye level line, vanishing line and vanishing point, teaching types of perspectives, one point perspective, two point perspective, and three point perspectives, study of perspective in buildings cape, learning intercross measuring meatheads, applying all three perspective in basic geometrical shape, seascape, cityscape.
Unit V – Basics of Portrait
Study of face features eyes, nose, ear, lip, study of different views and features, front view, profile view, one third view, key sketch drawing measurement of portrait, Geometrical understanding in face features, Shading in different views and angle.