Mark Robert Barry
ART 110 – Drawing I
The University of Alabama
noun \gə-ˈstält, -ˈshtält, -ˈstȯlt, -ˈshtȯlt\ something that is made of many parts and yet is somehow more than or different from the combination of its parts; broadly : the general quality or character of something.
- Draw without knowing what the final result will be.
- Practice careful observation of subject.
- Understand the concept of gestalt.
Required Tools and Materials
- Drawing Paper
- Kneaded/Rubber Eraser
- Student Preferred Drawing Supplies
- 60-90 minutes
- Give students a single piece of a larger image, printed on 8.5×11 paper.
- Students draw from their supplied image.
- Instructor hangs finished drawings as they are completed.
Students are evaluated with consideration to craftsmanship and effort, following directions, and quality participation during critique.Featured image by Drawing I class.