hushinaidi: my figure drawing class year 2011

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2. Subject Code: MDD 0023 Status of Subject: Core Stage: Degree Credit Hour: 3 14 hours of Lectures 42 hours of Tutorials Figure Drawing Module Outline 3. Teaching Staff: Coordinator: Hushinaidi (MrD) Lecturers: Mohd. Tajalli Abdullah (MrTJ) Hanafiah Waiman (MrHanafiah) Mastura Abdul Rahman (MadamM) Figure Drawing 4. Figure Drawing Objectives: To equipped students with figure drawing skills through the observation of human proportions, characteristics and surroundings. 5. Figure Drawing Learning Outcome: At the completion of this subject, students should be able to: 1. Apply the knowledge of figure drawing in their creative design works 2. Draw correct proportions of human figure 3. Capture characteristics and emotion in their drawing 4. Communicate the ideas through drawing 6. Figure Drawing Perceptual skill Technical Skill Application Production 40 40 10 10 Assessment Criteria % of Contribution 7. Figure Drawing Introduction Topics: Week 1 - 2 1. The Art of Figure Drawing (the Importance of Figure Drawing for Artists and Designers, Studying Great Masters Drawing- Styles & Techniques 2. Quick Poses (Gesture Drawing, Loose and Confident Strokes-Search for the essential Pose) 8. Figure Drawing Anatomy & Proportion Topics: Week 3 - 6 1. The Skeleton (Identifying the Bones Structure, the Role of Our Spine-Bending &Twisting, Front & Side Views of Skeleton) 2. The Muscles (Types of Muscles-Extensors and Flexors, The Layer of Muscles, The Form of Surface Muscles- Relaxed & Tense) 3. The Head (Structure of The Skull, Facial Features, The Proportions of The Face-Front & Side Views) 4. The Hand (Overall form of the Hand, Anatomy of the Hand-Bone & Tendon, Hand Gestures and Flexibility- Relaxed and Enclosing Hands) 5. The Feet(Overall Form of the Feet, Anatomy of the Feet-Bone and Tendon, Body weight on The Feet 9. Figure Drawing Balance and Movement Topics: Week 6 9 1. Balance of Human Figure (Weight Shifts of Various poses- Tilted Pelvis and Bent Spine, Counter Balance) 2. Movement of Human Figure (Conveying a Sense of Movement, Figure in Motion - Slow Action and Continuous Action) 10. Figure Drawing Character & Expression Topics: Week 9 12 1. Figure and Character (Capturing the Characteristics of Human Figures Gender, Age, Lifestyle and Attitude) 2. Portraiture (Form of Facial Features, Shape and Size of Facial Features, Individual Facial Characteristics) 3. Facial Expression (Emotional and Subtle Expression, Study of Change in the Facial Features 4. Figure and Clothing (Drapery and Cloth Folds-Bent, Stretched, Loose and Tight) 5. Figure and Environment (Arrangement of Figure in a setting, Figure and Surroundings-Formal, Informal, Individual and Group) 11. Why Learning Figure Drawing ? 12. Material for Week 2: 1. Newsprint Drawing Pad 2. Charcoal Stick Set 13. Sample of Life Drawing Works 14. Gesture Drawing 15. Gesture Drawing 16. Gesture Drawing 17. Gesture Drawing 18. Sample of Life Sketching Works 19. Sample of Life Sketching Works 20. Drawing & Idea 21. Drawing & Idea 22. Professional Life Drawing Session 23. Professional Life Drawing Session 24. Professional Life Drawing Session 25. One cannot learn how to draw simply by having someone describe the process or explain how it is done. As with learning to play musical instruments, learning to draw requires an investment of time spent in diligent practice.(Brown and McClean,pg.10) Learning to Draw