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Table of Contents @T:Introduction CHAPTER 1: MATERIALS AND TOOLS Pencils Charcoal Colored Pencils and Chalks Pen and Ink Papers and Other Surfaces Erasers Fixative Scratchboard CHAPTER 2: BASIC CONCEPTS Elements of Art Qualities of Shading Principles of Composition CHAPTER 3: SKETCHING AND SUGGESTING DEPTH Rough Sketches Drawing from Photos and from Observation More About Forms and Shapes Complex Forms Using Perspective and Other Ways of Suggesting Depth Linear Perspective Activity 1. Arrange and Sketch a Simple Still Life CHAPTER 4: WORKING WITH IMAGES: CROPPING AND GRIDS Activity 1. Using a Viewfinder to Help Choose a Composition Activity 2. Enlarging an Image by the Diagonal Method Activity 3. Using a Grid to Enlarge an Image Activity 4. Using a Grid to Distort an Image PROJECTS PROJECT 1. Smudge Shading on a Contour Drawing Activity 1. Creating a Series of Contour Drawings Activity 2. Creating a Composition from Contour Drawings A Few Words About Composition Activity 3. Practicing Smudge Shading Activity 4. Creating the Finished Smudge-Shaded Drawing Project 2. Ink Drawing with Hatch and Cross-Hatch Shading [illu 2-1 etc] Activity 1. Creating a Sketch Activity 2. Practicing Cross-Hatch Shading with Ink Activity 3. Drawing and Shading Your Composition Project 3: Montage Composition with Cross-Hatch and Smudge Shading [illu 3-1 etc] Activity 1. Creating a Composition of Several Images Activity 2. Practicing Gradation of Value with Lines Activity 3. Making the Final Drawing Project 4: Random Line Shading with Gesso [illu 4-1 etc] Photos as a Source of Subject Matter Activity 1. Creating a Sketch Activity 2. Preparing the Gesso Board Activity 3. Transferring the Preliminary Drawing to the Gesso Board Activity 4. Shading the Drawing Project 5: Charcoal Portrait on Toned Paper [illu 6-1 etc] Basic Proportions of the Face Activity 1. Working on the Sketch Activity 2. Transferring the Sketch and Completing the Drawing Project 6: Cross-Hatch Shading on Scratchboard [illu 7-1 etc.] Activity 1. Creating a Drawing Activity 2. Transferring the Drawing to Scratchboard Activity 3. Practicing Scratchboard Technique Activity 4. Executing the Drawing on Scratchboard Project 7: Nonobjective Design with Colored Pencils [illu 5-1 etc] Activity 1. Using a Viewfinder to Choose a Composition Activity 2. Enlarging the Composition Activity 3. Transferring the Sketch to Drawing Paper Activity 4. Practice Mixing Colors with Colored Pencils Activity 5. Creating the Final Drawing A Little Color Theory Index [SHELLEY: estimate 2 book pages]
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Drawing -- Technique.