Course code MākZ3019

Credit points 2

Major Drawing III

Total Hours in Course32

Number of hours for lectures4

Number of hours for laboratory classes28

Date of course confirmation23.10.2013

Responsible UnitInstitute of Education and Home Economics

Course developer

author Izglītības un mājsaimniecības institūts

Inta Paulsone

Mg. paed.

Prior knowledge

MākZ3016, Major Drawing I

MākZ3024, Major Drawing II

Course abstract

Study course deepens of studies familiarises with the rules of perspective, its application in fine arts, drawing of simple and more complex object and different techniques. It develops imagination creative thinking in space. The man’s visual aspect, natures in large dimension (landscape) and in miniature have been studied.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

Students are competent to use knowledge and skills, know and know how to use different drawing and graphic techniques in professional work and development.
Students are competent to use knowledge and skills, know and use different drawing techniques in professional work and development.
Evaluation is done throughout the course with a final evaluation. Evaluates composition, proportion, light, shape, spatiality, individual growth. Evaluating the reflection of knowledge, skills and competences in the drawings performed in laboratory works.

Course plan

1. Quiet nature. Drawing fruit and vegetables in different techniques.
2. Quiet nature. Drawing fruit and vegetables in different techniques.Colored pen technology.
3. Fruit and vegetable, animal drawing. Point technique.
4. Fruit and vegetable, animal drawing. Point technique.
5. Drawing of household items. Construction.
6. Drawing of household items.Shading. Mixed Technique.
7. Drawing of household items. Shading. Mixed Technique.
8. Lights, shadows, relationships, tonality.
9. Lights, shadows, relationships, shading.
10. Flower drawing. Colored pencil and pastel technique.
11. Flower drawing. Colored pencil and pastel technique.
12. Flower drawing. Colored pencil and pastel technique.
13. Graphics. Press Printing.
14. Drawing interesting nature and environmental forms.
15. Drawing interesting nature and environmental forms.
16. Drawing of architectural forms.

List of Laboratory Works:
1. Drawing fruit and vegetables. Authoring technique. Obtain knowledge and skills in drawing fruit and vegetables, making volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
2. Drawing animals. Invoices. Technology pencil. Gain knowledge and skills on drawing different textures and textures, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
3. Drawing household items. Mixed Technique. Gain knowledge and skills in using different drawing techniques, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
4. Drawing flowers. Colored pencil technique. Gain knowledge and skills in drawing flowers, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
5. City drawing. Landscaping. Technique Watercolor Pencils. Obtain knowledge and skills in environmental drawing, volume building with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
6. Graphics Techniques. Gain knowledge and skills on different graphics techniques and their use. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
7. Drawing plaster architectural forms. Technology pencil. Acquires knowledge and skills on drawing architectural forms, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
8. Clothing. Pattern drawing. Mixed Technique. Gain knowledge and skills about drawing clothes, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.
9. Drawing of interesting natural and environmental forms. Furniture. Details. Mixed Technique. Acquires knowledge and skills about creating different environmental objects, creating volume with shading. It is competent to use knowledge and skills for further work.

Requirements for awarding credit points

Performing practical work according to the theme, increasing the complexity of the setting. Work review, evaluation and analysis at the end of the semester, test with a mark.

Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work

If necessary, the work started in the lesson is completed independently.

Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes

1.Consistency in designing and perspective of subjects 2 points;
2. Position on page 1 points;
3. Luminous relationship and shape 2 points;
4. Tonal ratio 2 points;
5. Striping1 point;
6. Work culture 1 point

Compulsory reading

Smits R. Mākslinieka rokasgrāmata. Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC, 2007. 384 lpp. Votsona L. Zīmēšana. Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC, 2007. 128 lpp Eissen K. Sketching: Drawing techniques for product designers. Roselien: Steur and BIS Publishers, 2007. 253 p. Pipes A. Drawing for designers. London: Laurence King publishing, 2007. 215 p.

Further reading

1. Glinisa Barnsa M. Akvarelis. Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC, 2007. 128 lpp. 2. Felder E., Emmett E. The Complete book of Drawing techniques. London: Kandour, 2005. 128 p. 3. Верделли A. Искусcтво рисунка. Москва: ЭКСМО, 2003. 159 c.

Periodicals and other sources

1. Dizaina Studija. Rīga: Neputns, ISSN 1691 - 3094. 2. Deko. Rīga: Santa, ISSN 1407 - 7027.