This class is taught at an intermediate level and assumes students have experience in observational drawing and basic design.
Drawing is a fundamental skill that feeds all methods of art making, and anyone can do it. In this course, you will build upon the concepts taught in Drawing and Design I. A range of drawing media will be explored (including graphite, charcoal, conté, and ink) as you learn more about mark-making, rendering light and shadow, and creating dynamic and effective compositions.
This course was designed to follow CTAC's foundational course, Drawing and Design I. While completion of Drawing and Design I is not required to enroll in this class, you should have some background in observational drawing and be familiar with the following concepts: contour, cross contour, line variety, value, linear perspective, sighting and measuring, and composition.
All necessary supplies are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer.