CEDR-205

CEDR 205 - SU01: Life Drawing

From: 
Jun 19
To: 
Aug 14
Cost: 
$432.50
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jun 19-Jul 24
09:30:00-12:30:00
S VCHAT ONLN
Aug 7-Aug 14
09:30:00-12:30:00
S VCHAT ONLN
Prerequisites: 

CEDR 100 Introductory Drawing is strongly recommended

Instructor information: 
Comments: 
Please bring the following supplies to class:
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Essential Items

* Sketch book, letter size (can use one already started)
* Pacon Premium Weight bright white drawing paper 18x24, 40
sheets
* Stonehenge paper, white, 22x30, 5 sheets
* Various Drawing Pencils (variety of weights from HB-8B)
* 1 Kneadable Eraser	
* 1 White Eraser	
* 1 Pencil Sharpener
* 2 Graphite Sticks (suggested: 2B + 6B)
* 1 stick Compressed Charcoal
* Selection of Conte Crayons (suggested: Wht, Blk, Sanguine)
* 1 Blending Stump
* Pastels, Soft Assorted Colours, 1 pkg
* Pastels, Soft Black Charcoal, 1 pkg
* Willow Charcoal, 1 pkg
* Ink (India or similar black ink)
* 1 Brush (suggested: soft bristle, bamboo, or hake)

Estimated cost: $100.00

Additional Items

* 1 Glue Stick
* Pen holder and assorted nibs
* 1 Masking Tape	
* 1 Scissors
* 1 Ruler
* 1 Drawing Surface or Drawing board - Masonite 1/4" 
* 2-3 Containers for water

***Please bring items marked with a '*' to your first class.***

***Print Cards and/or Printing Costs: students are responsible
for printing costs. Print Cards are available in the Library or
in machines located next to the main elevators. Note that Print
Card machines are cash only.

***Present your Registration Statement or your ECUAD student card
at Opus Framing & Art Supplies to qualify for a student
discount.***

***In order to minimize disruption, students are expected to
arrive at class a minimum of 5 minutes prior to the designated
start time.  If possible, please notify your instructor ahead of
time if you expect to be late or absent.***

CEDR 205: Life Drawing

Develop and expand your drawing and observation skills in this introductory course on drawing the human figure. Gesture, line and value, proportion, composition, form and volume will be explored through a variety of approaches. There will be a brief introduction to the structural anatomy of the body and identification of superficial anatomical points. Drawing from the skeleton and live model will be included.

Prerequisites: 

CEDR 100 Introductory Drawing is strongly recommended

Number of Credits: 
0.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
No
Sections: 
Term Section Title
Cs Summer 2021 CEDR-205-SU01 Life Drawing
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