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  1. Drop In • Drop in: Drop in sessions for students who are having trouble with the course material on Wednesday from 01:00 PM  02:00 PM  in  SUR 5080. 

  2. Readings • Textbook readings:Chapter 01 and 03 covers most of what we have done in the Labs so far.  Review "structural sketches" and "light and shadow" if you having trouble with still life drawing in the Lab.  • Chapter 02 covers measuring and perspective (coming in week 6). This has a very useful section on locating vanishing points.  • Chapter 05 reviews what we talked about in composition last week.  Useful to review if you are not very familiar with the principles of composition.   • d

  3. History of perspective How Perspective works Viewvideo clip “ How stuff works: Linear Perspective: The Cestello Annunciation c. 1489; Botticelli, Sandro

  4. Exercise: Draw 2 point perspective • Draw as many boxes as you can with the circle. • Try drawing some in front of others.

  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoXwXEQVld8

  6. How to judge vanishing points • Horizon line: An imaginary horizontal line, sometimes referred to as eye level, which divides your line of vision when you look straight ahead. • Objects below this line are below your eye level, and objects above this line are above your eye level. Artists draw horizon lines to accurately establish perspective in their drawings.

  7. How to judge vanishing points • Horizon line: An imaginary horizontal line, sometimes referred to as eye level, which divides your line of vision when you look straight ahead. • Objects below this line are below your eye level, and objects above this line are above your eye level. Artists draw horizon lines to accurately establish perspective in their drawings.

  8. How to judge vanishing points • To identify the horizon line in an actual scene, mark it with your eye level. Remember — your eye level and the horizon line are one and the same. Look straight ahead, and the horizon line is in front of you. • A building or object with horizontal lines provides a perfect clue, you simply eyeball the lines to find the approximate position of your vanishing point. Then you mark it in your drawing. • Two parallel lines of the edges of straight roads, railway tracks, and fences can lead you to the vanishing point. Hint: A good way to practice is to visit places where you can see a structure disappearing into the horizon (railroad tracks are perfect, but be extremely careful of a train approaching from behind). Sit down and draw the structure head on; then move over 15 feet to the left (or right) and do it again. Practice drawing from various angles, always noting where the vanishing point is.

  9. Portfolio Due Next Week • Minimum 6 drawings – 1 from each Lab. • Must be put into a portfolio (or other neat binding) with your name and Lab / date on the back. • Must sign up for time slot this week. • Bring 2 -3 drawings from journal for feedback (not marked).

  10. Lab Review • Week 1 – blind contour, shaded sphere • Week 2 – nut, still life of banana + apples • Week 3 – Art Gallery • Week 4 – cross contour of hand, 4 shade with negative space, black and white drawing, still life with sphere / cube forms, controlled shaded area and negative space. • Week 5 – texture rough, smooth, shiny. Still life with coloured chalk, texture and negative space. • Week 6 – perspective and mixed media still life (everything still life).