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Receptive Drawing

we use it to attempt to capture the physical appearance of something before us

Projective Drawing


we may draw something that exists only in our minds
Drawing


Vincent Van Gogh

Carpenter,


Old Man with His Head in His Hands,


Self-Portrait with Gray Hat

3 Purposes of Drawing


1- as a notation, sketch, or record of something seen, remembered, or imagined


2- as a study or preparation for another, usually larger and more complex work


3-as an end in itself, a complete work or art


Guernica by Pablo

Cartoon
narrative drawing emphasizing humorous or satirical content
Charles White

Preacher

Hatching

rows of parallel lines to suggest shadows or volumes

Tooth

a quality of roughness or surface grain that gives texture to a drawing

Dry Drawing Media


Pencil, charcoal, contre crayon, and pastel




fixative

a completed charcoal drawing may be set or fixed with a thin varnish
Conte Crayon

made from graphite that is mixed with clay and pressed into sticks

Charcoal