Realistic Drawing

SUBCOURSE NO, SS 0531-A (Development Date: 31 December 1991)

US ARMY SIGNAL CENTER AND FORT GORDON Fort Gordon, Georgia

2 Credit Hours GENERAL

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 corresponding to an objective as indicated in the following pages.

Whenever pronouns or other references denoting gender appear in this document, they are written to refer to either male or female unless otherwise indicated.

Lesson 1: DESCRIBE TOOLS AND DRAWING SURFACES

TASK: Identify various tools used to make a realistic image, how they are used, and the composition and measurement designators of drawing surfaces.

CONDITIONS: Given information and terms pertaining to different tools and drawing surfaces.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledges by correctly responding to 70 percent or more of the multiple-choice test covering tools and drawing surfaces.

(This objective supports SM Task 113-579-1025 Use Drafting Tools and Techniques.)

Lesson 2: PRINCIPLES OF REALISTIC DRAWING

TASK: Identify and define the principles of realistic drawing and their interrelationships.

CONDITIONS: Given information and examples of the principles of drawing, symbols, and the systematic approach.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledges by correctly responding to 75 percent or more of the multiple-choice test covering principles of drawing.

(This objective is supported by SM Task 113-579-5056 Draw the Human Form.)

Lesson 3: MEDIA AND TECHNIQUES

TASK: Describe various media and their parts, and techniques for using those media.

CONDITIONS: Given information and examples on various media and techniques.

STANDARDS: Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledges by correctly responding to 75 percent or more of the multiple-choice test covering media and techniques.

(This objective is supported by SM Task 113-579-1026 Draw Subjects in Perspective.)

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