Form drawing

Explore a variety of form drawing techniques to enhance your artistic expression. Discover how to create visually engaging forms that capture attention and inspire creativity.
Form Sketching, Basic Sketching, Perspective Drawing Lessons, Form Drawing, Hollywood Costume, Art Basics, Drawing Exercises, Perspective Art, Basic Drawing

1. TWO/ 2 pages of Measured STRAIGHT lines horizontally across the page. Use different drawing media...graphite (don’t smear), colored pencil (preferably black), ballpoint and felt pens (keep it at about .05 at the widest nib/tip width) 2. Diagonals across page at different angles. Remember to repeat the same overlapping line at least 8 to 10 times. the objective is to be able to aim at and repeat the muscle-memory and exactness. 3. Rhythmic jagged angles (scan example page 5) where you…

Kristen Bolton
3d Shapes Drawing Art Lessons, 3d Shapes Drawing Practice, Drawing Tutorial Shading, Water Drawing Tutorial, Sphere Shading, Drawing Sphere, Sphere Drawing, Shapes Drawing, Draw 3d

Directions:Find at least 4 objects that are basic forms (squares, cones, circles, cylinders).Set them up in an interesting composition with 1 light source.Create a pencil drawing from direct observation.Include a background and fill the whole page.Use a full range of values to illustrate chiaroscuro.Pyramidal (triangular) shaped compositions work

Croquis, Geometric Shapes Drawing, High School Art Lessons, Color Wheels, Form Drawing, Wayne Thiebaud, Paul Rubens, Art Basics, Drawing Exercises

Sliced and Diced Form Drawing-Students will draw the 6 Basic 3D forms: Sphere, Cylinder, Donuts, Cone, Pyramid, & Cube/Rectangular Prism. They will learn how to accurately “slice” through the forms to see inside them and render with full shading. They will then create a composition using cuts and slices of the 6 basic shapes.

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Creative Form Sketching 2015: Organic Fluid Form, Lines and Ellipses Part 2 Organic Forms Design, Organic Shapes Design Art, Art Practice Exercises, Form Sketching, Action Lines, Form Study, Geometric Shapes Drawing, Basic Sketching, Perspective Drawing Architecture

Here are a few sheets outlining the process and results for the homework this week. I put these together so you could keep track of how to put together compound curved forms and how to construct and evolve the angular/positional/flat plane forms with the rounded/organic/compound/"bubbly" volumes. I also included 3 pages of diagrams on with the ellipses and "jagged angle" section of the homework. If you follow the diagrams that further explains the compound form process we started in class…