Notes for Parts 2 and 3

Notes for Parts 2 and 3 - Chapter 4 Drawing Drawing...

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Chapter 4: Drawing Drawing: creating the impression of shapes and forms on a surface, chiefly through the use of lines. The Use of Drawings: •As Illustrations •To study natural forms in preparation for transforming them into another medium. •As presentations or models for future works Media Dry: Graphite Pencil Silverpoint Charcoal Chalk Pastel Crayon Liquid: Pen and Ink Brush and Ink Drawings are a universal method of expression that are intimate and familiar. Chapter 6: Painting Paint consists of: 1.Pigments (colored particles) 2.Medium (liquid in which pigment is suspended) 3.Binder (makes pigments stick to a surface) Paint Media: a. Encaustic: pigment mixed with hot wax. b. Fresco: pigment on damp plaster c. Oil: pigment suspended in oil. d. Watercolor: water-soluble binder, fluid, transparent medium e. Acrylic: synthetic. f. Impasto: thick application of paint
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Collage : actual objects glued to a surface Chapter 7: Printmaking Printmaking is: An indirect process that results in
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