Practice Exercise

TASK Identify and define the principles of realistic drawing and their interrelation CONDITIONS Given information and examples of the principles of realistic drawing. STANDARDS Correctly responding to 75 percent or more of the multiple-choice test items covering principles of realistic drawing. In each of the following questions, SELECT the one answer which BEST completes the statement or answers the question. Indicate your response by circling the correct letter below. To meet the 75 percent...

Table Of Contents

Title Table of Lesson 1 DESCRIBE TOOLS AND DRAWING Learning Event 1. Identify and Describe the Tools Used to Apply, Remove, or Affix the Image to the Drawing Learning Event 2. Identify and Describe Various Drawing Surfaces, their Composition, and Measurement Practice Lesson 2 PRINCIPLES OF REALISTIC Learning Event 1. Define Realistic Learning Event 2. Define Learning Event 3. Define Learning Event 4. Define Learning Event 5. Define Learning Event 6. Exercise Visual Value Practice Lesson 3....

Realistic Drawing

SUBCOURSE NO, SS 0531-A (Development Date 31 December 1991) US ARMY SIGNAL CENTER AND FORT GORDON Fort Gordon, Georgia This subcourse describes the tools and drawing surfaces used in realistic drawing. It identifies and defines the principles of realistic drawing, and the media and techniques used to render subjects accurately. This subcourse is divided into three lessons describing tools and drawing surfaces, principles of realistic drawing, and media and techniques with each lesson...

Below Horizon Line

Drawing One Point Perspective

Changes in shapes due to their position above or below the horizon line 4 There are three types of perspective construction one-point, two-point, and three- a One-point exists when two dimensions, an object's height and width, are parallel to the picture plane fig 2-10A . b Two-point, or angular, is when the object is sitting at an angle to the picture plane. There are two sets of horizontal lines or planes converging toward two separate vanishing points on the eye level or horizon...

Textures And Tones With A Soft Pencil

Pencil Brickwork Texture

Practical application of pencil texture and tones Note Carpenter's pencil is used for brick and shingle textures Figure 3-4. Practical application of pencil texture and tones Note Carpenter's pencil is used for brick and shingle textures Figure 3-5. Mechanically applied single line technique combined with stipple technique Figure 3-5. Mechanically applied single line technique combined with stipple technique 1 The mechanical application of single line shading uses a straight edge,...

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Realistic Drawing Ink

Media are the materials used to make an image. Once you understand the systematic approach, you must be aware of the various media available enabling you to create an image. You must also develop the skills to use those tools. Media singular medium have two main groups line media and tone media. a. Line media includes the materials which produce a black and white image, such as ink on paper. Line media uses no greys or tones. Use line media to make reproducible or camera-ready art. Some line...

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Pen And Ink Figure Drawings

Graphite pencil sizes and grades Figure 1-1. Graphite pencil sizes and grades a Hardness grades are printed on the pencils, e.g., a very soft graphite pencil is the 6B which produces the darkest, boldest line. The hardest is the 9H which produces a lighter line. Be careful when trying to make lighter tones with a soft pencil. You may create an unwanted grainy effect. However, you can take advantage of a textured effect if you need it fig 1-3 and fig 1-10 . Graphite reflects light...

Define Realistic Drawing

Draw Shapes Below Horizon Line

To draw realistically, you must first learn to see realistically. Be aware of what is really there. What you see when you look is visual reality. Being real, everything has three dimensions height, width, and depth. Visual reality is anything which exists that you see. Examples are trees, rocks, clouds, air effects, and light. Your mind becomes so accustomed to daily surroundings that you overlook what is actually there. When you draw these subjects, you suddenly realize you are not sure of...

Exercise Visual Value Scale

Drawing Value Scale

Use the formats on Appendix, page A-7 for this exercise. Your completed project should look as below fig 2-21 . Leave the first square white, while making the last as black as the pencil will allow. Using a number 2B pencil, shade the remaining blocks in even graduations, pressing from light to dark. Each block should be one solid tone, each darker than the previous one. Shading can be achieved in many ways. For this exercise, use pencil to create even tone variations within an area. To check...

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NAVEDTRA 10472, CHAPTERS 1 and 4 STP 11-25Q13-SM-TG, TASK 113-579-1025 IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE THE TOOLS USED TO APPLY, REMOVE, OR AFFIX THE IMAGE TO THE DRAWING SURFACE 1. Tools are used to apply, remove, or affix the medium to the drawing surface. A tool can join the medium like graphite in a pencil. Read the descriptions of some of the tools below. a. Pencils, the most commonly used, least expensive drawing tools, are actually the casing surrounding a medium. Charcoal, carbon, and graphite are...