How to draw. Season 1 / Professor David Brody.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (36 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2015.
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Episode 16 Linear Perspective: The Quad Episode 26 Texture: Mark Making and Optical Value Episode 2 Drawing Materials for Line Episode 11 Proportion: Alberti's Velo Episode 24 Value: Side Light and Cast Shadow Episode 36 Advanced Drawing Projects Episode 1 An Introduction to Drawing Episode 3 Drawing Fundamentals and First Exercises Episode 7 Composition: The Format and Its Armature Episode 22 Value: Black and White and a Value Scale Episode 28 Color: Color Theory and Color and Light Episode 5 Line and Shape: Volume and Figure-Ground Episode 10 Composition: Shape and Advanced Strategies Episode 17 Linear Perspective: The Gridded Room Episode 20 Value: How Artists Use Value Episode 27 Texture: How Artists Use Texture Episode 33 Figure: Artistic Anatomy Episode 4 Line and Shape: Line and Aggregate Shape Episode 8 Composition: How Artists Compose Episode 9 Line and Shape: Line Attributes and Gesture Episode 19 Linear Perspective: Advanced Topics Episode 23 Value: Eight Complex Drawing Projects Episode 6 Line and Shape: Positive and Negative Shape Episode 15 Linear Perspective: Introduction Episode 18 Linear Perspective: Ellipses and Pattern Episode 25 Value: Oblique Light and Cast Shadow Episode 30 Color: Color Drawing Projects Episode 32 Figure: The Head, Hands, and Feet Episode 34 Figure: Drawing Projects Episode 12 Proportion: Accurate Proportion and Measure Episode 29 Color: How Artists Use Color Episode 35 Advanced Concepts: Pictorial Space Episode 13 Creating Volume and Illusionistic Space Episode 31 Figure: A Canon of Proportions Episode 14 Six Complex Drawing Projects Episode 21 Value: Drawing Materials for Value.
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Drawing is one of humanity's oldest forms of expression, with existing examples dating back an astonishing 80,000 years or more. Older than written language by tens of thousands of years, drawing developed across millennia, forming the base of many of the world's artistic traditions.
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