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1.1-Chapter One -Basic Sketching

1.1.1 Introduction- Basic Sketching.

The trends of drawing in the last decade have included concerns about colors, styles, expression, and speed. These features are responses to new technology and our contemporary lifestyle. Yet these trends have little to do with the pedagogy of design education and drawing. 

In this lesson you will learn about,

  • What is sketching?
  • Sketching in interiors.
  • Sketching techniques.

1.1.2 Material and Equipments

Knowing your tools is important, As with any other art-related practices, it’s ultimately going to be up to you to explore different supplies/techniques so you can arrive at your personal favorites.

In this lesson you will learn about,

  • Know your tools.
  • Choosing subject.
  • How to use sketching equipment.
  • Know your grip.

1.1.3 Pencil drawing techniques

Learning new techniques could help you unlock the artist inside. You may have thought those doodles were nothing special; however you can learn to develop your skills and grow as an artist. Those simple doodles may turn into cartoons or even realistic life drawings. 

In this lesson you will learn about,

  • Introduction to drawing techniques.
  • Pencil drawing techniques.
  • Lead pressure.

1.1.4 Learn shading- Various stokes and pressure.

Shading is the process of adding value to create the illusion of formspace, and most importantly – light in a drawing. When executed correctly, shading can make a drawing appear three dimensional and create a convincing image. 

In this lesson you will learn about,

  • Shading techniques.
  • Shading techniques for drawing.
  • Illusion of light.
  • Location of value.
  • Shading forms.
  • Controlling medium.

1.1.5 How to sketch-parallel lines,vertical lines & diagonal lines

I recommend you to vary your drawing practice. It’s like training in the gym. Comprehensive training approach includes working on different muscle groups. The same principle applies to a drawing workout.

In this lesson you will learn about,

  • How to sketch.
  • Parallel lines.
  • Diagonal lines.
  • Vertical lines.
  • Straight lines.
  • Basic hatching.
  • Free hand drawing.

1.1.6 Drawing patterns with lines and curves.

A pattern is the repeated or regular way in which something happens or is done. … A pattern is an arrangement of lines or shapes, especially in interior designing in which the same shape is repeated at regular intervals over a surface of walls, furniture or in partitions

In this lesson you will learn about:

  • What is pattern?
  • Pattern in interior design.
  • Patterns in nature.
  • Combining patterns.
  • Principle of patterns.
  • Lines making patterns.

1.1.7 Drawing shapes and making design pattern with shapes.

Try making a collage out of different shapes—something that guides viewers and makes your pattern easier on the eyes. NEO LAB, for example, uses diamonds of varying sizes, connected by their sides.

In this lesson you will learn about:

  • Shapes.
  • How to connect shapes in unique ways.
  • Diagonal shape.
  • Pattern.
  • Create pattern with fonts.
  • Symmetry.
  • Patterns within patterns.

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