Course code MākZ3024

Credit points 2

Major Drawing II

Total Hours in Course80

Number of hours for lectures4

Number of hours for laboratory classes28

Independent study hours48

Date of course confirmation12.04.2016

Responsible UnitInstitute of Education and Home Economics

Course developer

author lect.

Inta Paulsone

Mg. paed.

Prior knowledge

MākZ3016, Major Drawing I

MākZ3026, Drawing

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

Knowledge: At the end of the course the student knows the theory of drawing composition, construction, perspective and volume formation, understands their interrelations and application, drawing settings that consist of several subjects. Gains knowledge of different materials and textures, details of gypsum architecture, different natural forms, sketching of a human figure. Gains knowledge of different drawing techniques. Laboratory works are evaluated.
Skills: Is able to construct and draw more complex spatial settings from different angles with different surface textures, apply different drawing techniques and their synthesis, depicting objects, plaster architectural details, natural elements, building fragments and environmental objects. Laboratory works are evaluated.

Competences: Students are able to creatively use knowledge, skills and methodological abilities in professional activity and development. Laboratory works are evaluated.

Course Content(Calendar)

Full time intramural studies:
1.Drawing of various materials and textures. Techniques. Common and different. Lecture.
2. Drawing of gypsum architectural details. Construction, moonlight, volume. Lecture.
3. Drawing of natural forms, birds. Materiality. Character. Lecture.
4. Sketching of a human figure, proportions, volume formation, methodology, techniques (charcoal, sangina, pastel). Lecture.
5. Installation: items from different materials (metal, glass wicker). Construction. Laboratory works 2h.
6. Installation: items from different materials (metal, glass wicker). Shading. relations. Light, shadow. Overall integrity. Laboratory works 4h.
7. Drawing of gypsum architectural details. Construction. Laboratory works 2h
8.. Drawing of gypsum architectural details. Construction, light, shadow spatiality, extent. Laboratory works 2h.
9. Drawing of gypsum architectural details. Light, shadow, spatiality, extent . Overall integrity. Laboratory works 2h.
10. Sketching. Plant drawing. Technical mix. Construction. Patiality, extent building with shading. Laboratory works 2h
11. Quick sketching. Human figure. Proportions, Poses. Drawing clothes. Technique-pencil, charcoal, sangina. Laboratory works 2h
12. Associative drawing. Tasks of creativity development. Pastel technique. Laboratory works 2h
13. Drawing of a group of material contrasting or harmonious dishes. Various means of visual expression. Technical markers. Laboratory works 4h
14. Drawing accessories. Technique-pencil. Laboratory works. 2h
15. Human sketches. Technique-pencil, charcoal, sangina. Laboratory works. 2h
16. Drawing of buildings. Perspective intersections. Mixed media. Laboratory works. 2h

Part time extramural studies:

All topics specified for full time studies are accomplished, but the number of contact hours is one half of the number specified in the calendar

Requirements for awarding credit points

Performing laboratory work (drawings) according to the theme, increasing the complexity of the installation. Examination, evaluation and analysis of works (drawings) at the end of the semester, test with a mark.

Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work

Drawings in specific techniques are made according to the topics, observing the conditions of perspective, construction, volume formation and work design. If necessary, the work started in the lesson is completed independently. Tasks of laboratory work and their degree of complexity may vary according to the level of preparation.

Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes

Evaluation is performed throughout the course with the final evaluation view. Evaluates the composition of drawings, proportions, lights, spatiality, individual growth. Evaluates the representation of knowledge, skills and competencies in drawings that are performed in laboratory work.
The evaluation of the study course depends on the cumulative evaluation of the laboratory work of the study course.
Laboratory works are evaluated in accordance with the established evaluation procedures and criteria.

Laboratory works (drawings) are evaluated according to the criteria:
1. compliance with the laws of object construction and perspective 2 points;
2. position on the page 1 point;
3. Light/ shadow ratio and form 2 points;
4. tonal ratio 2 points;
Strait 5 1 point;
6. work culture 1 point;
7. growth1 point.
When evaluating creativity in development work, the creativity factor is evaluated.

Compulsory reading

Suņogi A. Lielā zīmēšanas grāmata; Zvaigzne ABC
ISBN: 978-9934-0-4249-2; 2015;408 lpp;
Smits R. 2007. Mākslinieka rokasgrāmata. Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC, 2007.384 lpp.
Votsona L. Meistardarbnīca. Zīmēšana. Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC,2007. 128 lpp
Eissen K. Sketching: Drawing techniques for product designers Koos Eissen, Roselien Steur and BIS Publishers; 2007. 253.lpp.
Pipes A. Drawing for designers: Laurence King publishing; 2007; 215 lpp.

Further reading

1. Bārnsa-Meliša G. 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


Compulsory study course in TF study program "Design and Crafts." and the second level professional bachelor study program "Home environment in education"