Drawing II - Style and Skill
This course follows Drawing I as an observational and volumetric approach to drawing with an emphasis on rapid visualization of the figure, and perspective. It is assumed that the student has a fundamental understanding of basic drawing concepts and skills appropriate to further exploration at this level. This course expands the skills to note and develop ideas by exploring more advanced problems in drawing, including the ability to draw the figure with an understanding of gesture, proportion, geometric forms in space, and the definition of complex surfaces. While executing finished drawings will be stressed as part of this course, shorter poses with less finish will be used to capture form, volume, and gesture as exercises in rapid visualization. Poses will range in length from several seconds to two and a half hours.
Prerequisites: Foundation Drawing 1
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