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  • TABLEOFCONTENTS

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  • VOCABULARY

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  • VOCAB Lay-in: de!nes the gesture in its simplest formGesture: movement of the body or limbs that expresses or exphasizes an idea or attitudeGesture drawing: act of making a sketch with relatively loose arm move-mentsContour: the outline and other visible edges of a mass, !gure, or objectCentral landmark: landmarks on the center of the form to help with the accuracy of your drawingRotation: circular movement of an object around a centerLine variation: lines that vary from thin to wide, from light to dark, etcValue: refers to the lightness or darkness of a colorForeshortening: a way of representing a subject or an object so that it conveys the illusion of depth, so that it seems to thrust forward or to go back into space.Negative space: sempty space in an artworkCore shadow: where the form transitions from light values to the dark valueRe"ected light: a light ray that bounces o# a re"ective surface at the

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  • Cast shadow - The dark area that occurs on a surface as a result of something between the light source and the surface.Highlight - Small areas on a painting or drawing on which re"ected light is the brightest.Composition - The act or art of composing, or forming a whole or integral, by placingtogether and uniting di#erent things, parts, or ingredients. Two-dimensional axis - The horizontal axis of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinatesystem. Three dimensional axis - one of three primary axes used to de!ne and control motion ina three-dimensional space, and is usually de!ned by an imaginary line that runs throughthe center of a craft or vehicle from the front to the rear.

  • Mid point- a point at near the middle of both ends.Gradation- any process or change taking place through series of stages.Crisp edge- having small curls, waves, ripples.Narrative- a story, the art, technique, process Thumbnail Sketches - small drawing, small size version of drawings.Storyboard - graphic organizers in the form of illustrations or images displayed insequence.Mood - emotion of state that is described in the drawing.Point of View - Artists thinking process, re"ect-ing passion contemporary thoughts.Sequence - the story, graphic storytelling and convey information like comic.

  • 3 panelstoryboard

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  • WEEK 1

  • storyboardof the week

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    Theme: A Day in the Life of...

    Title: A Day in the Life of an Assassin

    Media: Ink pen and Copic markers on post-its

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    Line variation refer lines that vary from thin to wide, from light to dark, etc

    This drawing on the right captures the essence of thick lines in a

    stroke that also creates an illusion of thin lines

  • Front

    lay-inmethods

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    Creating lay-ins before starting to draw the entire gesture is essential, espe-cially in capturing a speci!c gesture. Lay-ins are created using chamois smeared with charcoal dust and applied on the paper using !nger

    Side

  • WEEK 2

  • storyboardof the week

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    Theme: How to make the worlds best...

    Title: How to make the worlds best fried rice

    Media: Ink pen and Copic mar kers on post-its

  • Shadow

    Core shadow

    Re"ectedLight

    Highlight

    Coreshadow

    spherediagram

  • APPLYINGDARK/LIGHT

    IN TORSO

  • CHARCOALSMUDGE

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    To create a slight 3D e#ect, charcoal can be applied beforehand on the whole page to create a gray background. The smudge can be manipulated to create certain shadow or highlight in addition to that.

  • WEEK 1WEEK 3

  • storyboardof the week

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    Theme: Comic strip

    Title: The Ballad of the Jaw-breaker

    Media: Ink pen and Copic markers on post-its

  • headstudy

    Original drawing2b pencil on a4 paper

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  • 3TOP OF THE SKULL

    HAIRLINE (OBSERVE)

    BROW (OBSERVE)

    MIDPOINT

    CHIN

    NOSE

    MOUTH(BOTTOM)

    EYE

  • 4-WAYROTATION

  • FACIALEXPRESSIONS

  • bodystudy

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    8 1/3

    Rib cage

    Sternum

    Bottom of pec

    Wrist

    Knee

    Waist andelbow

    bodystructure

  • FEMALEBODY

    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - To create a slight 3D e#ect, charcoal can be applied beforehand on the whole page to create a gray back-ground. The smudge can be manipulated to create certain shadow or highlight in addi-tion to that.

  • WEEK 4

  • storyboardof the week

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    Theme: Starbucks commercial

    Title: Awaken your every nerves

    Media: Ink pen, brush pen, and Copic markers on post-its

  • clothedfigure

    Class workCharcoal on Sketchpaper

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  • bodyundercloth

    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - In drawing costumed !gure, the costume or the clothing worn by the !gure must exact-ly re"ect the body gestures. We must feel the body under the fabric.

  • 3 valuestudies

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    This particular assignment allows us to explore body gesture in 3 values. We only use 3 colors to capture the overall gesture: gray for skin, black for the black vest and hair, and white for the empty space or the white attributes

  • WEEK 5

  • storyboardof the week

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    Theme: vampire Trailer

    Title: The Secret Room

    Media: Ink pen, brush pen, and Copic markers on post-its

  • INKUSAGE

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    This week, we got to explore a di#er-ent media, which is ink. We used gray and black inks in particular to apply shadows and incorporate lighting to the drawing.

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    createmood

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  • WEEK 6

  • napkindrawing

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  • PAPERCUT

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    We got to experiment with paper cut for this week, using the same concept as the 3 value studies assignment. We only had to use black con-struction paper for the medium. The paper is to be cut according to the models

  • GESTURALLAY-INS

  • mikkisperspective

    class

  • STUDYOF SHOE

    PERSPECTIVEE

  • Applying shoe perspective in an environment,incorporating room in perspective as well as human !gures

  • ellipsisstudies

    Application of ellipsis in cylinders,glasswares, CD Cases, and chemistry

    bottles

  • 3-tieredcake

    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Still in the same week of ellip-sis studies, we are challenged to apply ellipsis studies into making 3-tiered cake. This cake is also to be made into the object of a 3 panel narra-tive storyboard.

  • 2-pointperspective

  • 1-pointperspective

  • orthographicprojections

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