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Build confidence and expand your drawing skills! Through use of different materials and techniques, students become comfortable with drawing as process. Topics include: proportion, foreshortening, perspective, nature of light, chiaroscuro and exploration of new forms of expression. Using wet and dry media, you will work on still lifes, self-portraits and other imagery, while strengthening your own voice. Experience the act of drawing as a way to reason through the creative process, learning how the simplest graphic marks can express complex concepts.

Note: Prerequisite: "Drawing: Focus on Perception" (ART 40166).
Bring graphite or charcoal pencils, drawing board w/ clips, 400 Strathmore white drawing pad 18"x24". Full materials list available at first class meeting.

Course Number: ART-40253
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Art and the Creative Process