Drawing, Part 3

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.27
Credits: 3.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Merye O.V.
Semester: 3 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: Understand the purpose and place of the course "Drawing, part 3" in the general system of professional training of a restoration student; Know the main categories, methods, rules of artistic transmission of reality and methods of searching for ideas; To be able to consciously see a three-dimensional form, logically analyze it in space and competently depict it on a two-dimensional plane with appropriate artistic and graphic means and technical techniques; Be able to solve questions and tasks related to the construction of movement, proportions, perspective, light and shadow, etc.; When drawing from nature, maintain the unity of the external and internal analysis of the shape of the volume; To be able to see the main, characteristic in nature, sharpen the typical, reject the secondary, accidental.
Required prior and related subjects: Figure, part 2, Figure, part 4, Plastic anatomy, anatomical drawing.
Summary of the subject: The course "Drawing, part 3" is one of the components of the complex of professional training of students of specialty 23 "Fine art, decorative art, restoration", which, together with other disciplines of the artistic cycle, is designed to provide artistic and graphic and compositional training at the initial stages of Fine Art education, decorative arts, restoration. The course is designed for one semester of study and includes 90 hours of practical (auditory) and independent classes. Practical classes are accompanied by a short theoretical presentation in the form of explanations by teachers in the process of completing tasks.In the process of studying the discipline, issues of compositional principles, rules of perspective, proportional relationships, lighting theory, knowledge of plastic anatomy, analysis and synthesis, technical techniques, graphic and artistic means, stylistics, as well as decorative selection and interpretation of nature are considered. Particular attention is paid to the problems of balance, contrast, rhythm, statics, dynamics, and the meaning center. The graphic expressiveness and originality of the solution are important in the conditional and decorative treatment of nature and its interpretation.
Assessment methods and criteria: The maximum total score for practical and independent tasks is 100 points. Each work from the discipline "Drawing, part 3" is evaluated on a maximum of 100 points. Calculation of the semester grade is calculated as the average score for all papers.
Recommended books: Methodical instructions for the course work "Drawing, painting, sculpture", "Drawing" for students of I-IV courses / Incl. B.N. Skiba, O.Y. Lyaskovsky - Lviv: Publishing House of the National University "Lviv Polytechnic", 2003. - 72 p. Drawing of a plaster figure: Methodical recommendations for students of the direction 6.1201 "Architecture" / Incl. F.I. Vasylenko. – Lviv: Publishing House of the National University "Lviv Polytechnic", 1995. – 22 p. A drawing of a living male and female head: Methodical instructions for completing tasks from the discipline "Drawing, painting, sculpture" ("Drawing") for students of the II year of the direction 6.1201 "Architecture" / Comp.: O. M. Vinnychenko, O.