5 sketches use a Sketch n Wash graphite pencil Start the drawing with large

# 5 sketches use a sketch n wash graphite pencil start

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5 sketches use a “Sketch ‘n Wash” graphite pencil Start the drawing with large gestural massing and develop ‘washes’ of value Continue to develop the form and space through x/y axis, develop the space with wet and dry mark making techniques, build refinement into the sketch Range of value, x/y axis, foreground, middle ground, background, and atmospheric perspective 2 sketches using a fine tip Pitt pen Build the drawing through x/y axis and diagonals, tying together form and space
Develop the form and space through analyzing the perceptual grid, slowly form and space will be refined Consider line variation as the form and space recedes into the picture plane, consider atmospheric perspective 2 sketches using a brush tip Pitt pen Build the space and form through line variation 1 sketch using a medium tip Pitt pen Build the space and form with continuous line, do not lift the tool from the drawing surface, let the line ‘wind’ through the space and forms DUE DATE: ___________ #2 - DRAWING: THE PERCEPTUAL GRID, PROPORTION OBJECTIVES FOR THE DRAWINGS: Utilize the x/y perceptual grid as the fundamental baseline to compare and contrast the orientation of objects in our visual field. Drawing from observation demands that you be able to distinguish the apparent (what you see) orientation of objects in your visual field from their conceptual orientation (what you know). Use a proportional tool to establish a consistent unit of measure and compare relative size relationships throughout the still life. Extended gesture drawings study the relation of forms in space and remain fluid, flexible, and open to continual adjustment. The drawings begin with intuitive gesture, intuitive perspective, then move to applying the x/y perceptual grid and sighting for proportion. DUE DATE PORTFOLIO #2: ___________

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• Spring '14
• AaronT.Memmott
• Pitt

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