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ART 110 Fall 2006 SB _1 Drawing

ART 110 Fall 2006 SB _1 Drawing - WSU ART 110 EXPERIENCING...

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WSU ART 110: EXPERIENCING ART FALL 2006 SKETCHBOOK ASSIGNMENT #1 EXPERIMENT IN DRAWING (2 Hours) All of the following drawings are to be in line only using your ebony pencil. Work attentively and as large as possible (use a full page for each section of the assignment). Remember that, while actually drawing, you must keep your focus constantly on the object , not on your paper. Be confident and have fun! Be sure to put your full name , the assignment number (e.g. 1.1, 1.2), and the actual time spent, on each page. On Blackboard you will find a power point with some examples. These are purely to give you inspiration and basic direction. You may not draw from these examples! All of your drawings must be done directly from real objects. 1.1 Find a potted plant that has interesting and varied outlines . Either place it against a window or shine a light so that its shadow is cast crisply on the wall. Using the contour tracking method demonstrated in class, do careful studies of the silhouette or shadow’s outline. Rotate the plant (or
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