Chapter 5 - Chapter 5 Drawing First: read and focus Read...

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Chapter 5 Drawing First : read and focus Read Chapter 5, Drawing. See why drawing is a central point to art. Look for the three main reasons for creating a drawing and the relationship between thinking and drawing. Focus on the characteristics and qualities produced by different drawing mediums and materials, so that if you see them used in a different work of art you can recognize the medium and/or material. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 5. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. Michael Miller, "Drawing Materials and Drawing Techniques" http://dmdt.thedrawingsite.com/ Also, visit the sites at http://dir.yahoo.com/Arts/Visual_Arts/Drawing_and_Sketching/ and http://www2.evansville.edu/studiochalkboard/index.html and study the different mediums and materials the artist use and the different characteristics and qualities each artist achieves with them. Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and Terminology from Chapter 5 to know for the second test. o Drawing o The art of running an implement that leaves a mark over a surface; a work of art created in this manner o Support o A surface on which a two-dimensional work of art is made o Linear o Determined or characterized by the use of line o Dry media o Drawing materials that do not involve the application of water or other liquids Contrast fluid media o Silverpoint o A drawing medium in which a silver-tipped instrument inscribes lines on a surface that has been coated with a ground or pigment o Ground
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o The surface on which a two-dimensional work of art is created; a cot of liquid material applied to a surface that serves as a base for drawing or painting o Pigment o Coloring matter that is usually mixed with water, oil, or other substances to make paint o Pencil o A rod-shaped drawing instrument with an inner shaft that is usually made of graphite o Graphite o A soft black form of carbon used as a drawing implement o Charcoal o A form of carbon produced by partially burning wood or other organic matter; it can be used as a drawing implement o Chalk o A form of soft limestone that is easily pulverized and can be used as a drawing implement o Pastel o A drawing implement made by grinding coloring matter, mixing it with gum, and forming into a crayon o Binder o A material that binds substances together o Crayon o A small stick of colored wax, chalk, or charcoal o Conte crayon o A wax crayon with a hard texture o Fluid media o Liquid-based drawing materials o Papyrus o A writing surface made from the papyrus plant o Calligraphy o Beautiful handwriting; penmanship; ornamental writing with a pen or brush o Quill o A pen made from a large, stiff feather
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o Nib o The point of a pen; the split and sharpened end of a quill pen o Stylus o A pointed, needlelike tool used in drawing, printmaking, making
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course ART 1301 taught by Professor Brockman during the Summer '08 term at Blinn College.

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Chapter 5 - Chapter 5 Drawing First: read and focus Read...

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