Drawing, Part 4

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.62
Credits: 3.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Merye O.V.
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: To have professional art terminology. To be able to correctly see the three-dimensional shape of an object and to depict it logically and consistently on the plane of a sheet of paper. To understand the role of using artistic techniques and means in the process of depicting three-dimensional space. To be able to depict reality realistically and convincingly based on compositional laws, rules of perspective, lighting theory. 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. To develop the ability to cover the essentials in sketches and to convey it in laconic means.
Required prior and related subjects: Figure, part 3, Figure, part 5, Plastic anatomy, anatomical drawing.
Summary of the subject: The discipline "Drawing, part 4" is compiled in accordance with the educational and professional training program of the bachelor of specialty 23 "Fine art, decorative art, 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. The subject of study of the academic discipline is academic drawing, the constructive structure of subjects and objects of the environment, the peculiarities and regularities of the depiction of subjects, objects and phenomena by means of realistic drawing. 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. Drawing a person's head occupies an extremely important place in fine arts and is a mandatory component of the classical education system of artists, designers, restorers and architects.
Assessment methods and criteria: The maximum total score for practical and independent tasks is 100 points. Each work from the discipline "Drawing, part 4" is evaluated on a maximum of 100 points. Calculation of the semester grade is calculated as the average score for all papers.
Recommended books: H. E. Grebenyuk Basics of composition and drawing / G. E. Grebenyuk. - K.: Technika, 1997. - 221 p. - ISBN 966-575-010-0. Ivanov-Akhmetov V. M. Educational drawing (drawing of a human head): teaching. manual for students higher education closing / V. M. Ivanov-Akhmetov; National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". - K.: NTUU "KPI", 2006. - 80 p.: illustrations. - ISBN 966-622-224-8. Melnychuk I. Yu. Techniques of teaching painting and composition during summer practice. - Kyiv: Nytava, 2005. - 200 p. Mykhaylenko V. E., Yakovlev M. I. Fundamentals of composition (geometric aspects). Kyiv: Caravella, 2004. 304 p. Opanaschuk M., Opanaschuk O. The emotional nature of drawing: a study guide. Lviv: Aral, 2013. 114 p. Shmagalo R.T. The method of teaching drawing in educational institutions of Galicia in the second half of the 19th - beginning of the 20th century. - Lviv. 2001.