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Varying approaches to freehand drawing are offered to enhance awareness of the world and gain visual confidence. The course includes exercises in still life, figure drawing, and perspective sketching to expose the students to various ways of seeing. Students learn to draw form, objects, and objects in space. The course explores positive and negative space, edges and contours, and the effects of light and shadow. Students are expected to maintain and develop a sketchbook by drawing at least once a day. The course integrates analog and digital media through computer exercises. Media used include: pencil, pen and ink, charcoal, and conte crayon, pastels, colored pencil.
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