Week 2 | 8/31/10

Sketchology

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Julius Tarng, ID 2011 julius@tarng.com

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Stephan Von Willer

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David Boyce

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John Park

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Charles Guan

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Next few weeks...
Week 2

Warmup
Week 2: Sketch day Us: Critique HW1 Me: Line quality, perspective, value, shadows/lighting You: Sketching drills, start on homework

Week 3

Intro markering
Week 3: Demo day Us: Critique HW2 Me: Marker basics: value, shadows. Materials. You: Sketch a-long! Drills.

Homework 2 (due wk 3): 7 pages 14x17 marker rag 2 pages: 4” cubes, marker rendered, shadows, 5 per page 1 page: 4” cylinders, marker rendered, shadows, 5 per page 1 page: 4” flow forms, markered, shadows, 5 per page 2 pages: material forms (cubes, cylinders, arrows, flows). Stone, wood, fabric, metal, glass 1 page: whatever you want, markered Scan and post on Blogger, 150 dpi

Homework 3 (due wk 4): 7 pages 11x17 marker rag TBD Scan and post on Blogger, 150 dpi

Lines
1 2

Motion it out.
Practice makes perfect.

Commit to one stroke
No hairy things!

3

Double hit if you can. Contrast and clarity

4

Perspective
1 2

Plan it out.

Set up simple geometry to compose complex geometry.

Draw through.
Be a stickler. One off line could ruin it.

Don’t think you’re too good to draw through. It will never hurt.

3

Convergence/divergence! Watch the horizon.
Make sure your geometry is in the correct position.

4 5

Watch exaggeration.
Use it when scale calls for it, or an emotive drawing.

Value
1 2

Hatch consistently. Practice!
Takes time.

Make sure the lines correspond to the plane they are on, too.

3

Contrast!

MOAR where you want viewer to look.

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