_____________ is the birth process of an artistic idea, from the initial creative impulse through aesthetic refinement, problem-solving, and visualization/realization.
A preliminary drawing for a painting; also, a work done just to "________” nature in general.
As opposed to subject matter, ________ is the "meaning" of the artwork
_______________ isn't just important to drawing: it's what allows us to see form!
When you represent value in a picture
Extreme differences in colors, textures, and other elements in a picture.
the act of representing an image on a surface by means of adding lines and shades, as with a pencil, crayon, pen, chalk, pastels, etc.
a rough drawing used to capture the basic elements and structure of a situation often used as the basis for a more detailed work.
crude, small pencil drawings used to develop the initial concept for a design.
material or technique an artist works in; also, the component of paint in which the pigment is dispersed.
The use of more than one medium in artwork.
the preliminary coats of paint in a painting that render the basic outline before the final paint layers are added to complete the work.
drawings of a human figure. Usually of nude figures so that the artist can understand how the muscles look and how light, tone and shadow reflect around the body.
a painting, photograph, or other artistic representation of a person.
a painting, drawing or photograph which depicts outdoor scenery. They typically include trees, streams, buildings, crops, mountains, wildlife, rivers and forests.
a painting or other two-dimensional work of art representing inanimate objects such as bottles, fruit, and flowers. Also, the arrangement of these objects from which a drawing, painting, or other art work is made.
Airbrush, Acrylic paint, Chalk, Charcoal (soft or hard), Coloured pencil, Conté, Crayon, Gouache, Graphite (can be pencils which are small or large sticks similar to charcoal), Human finger (with ink or paint), Marker, Oil paint, Pen and ink, Pencil, Sand, Tempera, Watercolor