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RANCANGAN PENGAJARAN RAMLAN

PENDIDIKAN SENI

KURSUS : PKPG MPT-UiTM
PROGRAM : B. Ed. Art & Design (Hon)
NAMA KURSUS : DRAWING FUNDAMENTAL
KOD KURSUS : ADE 425
JAM KREDIT : 3
INTERAKSI : 5
SEMESTER : 1
 
TENAGA PENGAJAR:
EN RAMLAN HAMZAH
 
MENTOR :               
EN JAFFRI HANAFI
PENYELARAS:     
SYED SHAHARUDDIN SYED BAKRI
 
 

DRAWING FUNDAMENTAL - PKPG MPT-UiTM

Objective:
Through exposures of the various techniques, processed and media used in drawing, will enable the students to;
1. evaluate the potential from visual effects through a series of drawing exercises
2. develope the skills of drawing by demonstrating the mastery of structure, proportion, form and spatial mapping
3. apply the mastery of drawing techniques to individual drawing activities
4. observe, evaluate and be critical about elements of drawing
5. develop confidence in drawing
 
Contents: 
 
1. Pengenalan Asas Lukisan
2. Daniel Chandler theory of perception 
    - persepsi sudut
    - persepsi hubungan
    - persepsi cahaya dan bayang
    - Gestalt
    - kualiti permukaan
    - aktiviti lukisan
    -Persepsi Visual
4. Pengukuran
5. Pemikiran Visual
6. Koordinasi mata dan tangan
7. Lukisan Kontor
8. Lukisan Gestur

Tentative Schedule of Activities: 
 
Week 1 :
Course Intro:
Explanation of the course
Objective
Definition of drawing
Elements of drawings
 
Task 1: Memory Drawing (learning to visualize)
Task 2: Personality Drawing (learning to see)
Task 3: Analog Drawing ( learning to simbolize) 
 
Week 2:
Line and Mark
 
Topic For Lecture:
The Importance of line
Type of line:
a. searching line
b. expressive line
c. modeled line
d. contour line
e. calligraphic line
 
Task 4: Searching line drawing
Task 5: Expressive line drawing
Task 6: Modeled Line drawing
Task 7: Contour line drawing
Task 8: Calligraphic Line Drawing 
 
Week 3:
Perception
Topic of Lecture:
Basic Perception
Daniel Chandlers Theory of perception
The perception of space
Negative and positive space
Position of object in space
 
Task 9: Negative and positive space
Task 10: Position of object in space
 
Week 4:
Measurement 1
Topic for lecture:
The perception of edges
Plumb and level measurement
Comparative measurement
Middle point measurement
 
Task 11: Location of points in 2 dimensional space
 
Week 5:
Pengukuran 5:
Topic of lecture:
The perception of relationships.
 
Task 12: Location of position in object
 
Week 6:
Visual Thinking:
Topic for lecture:
Vision in education of visual thinking
Pictures as composition
Looking and understanding
Perception as cognition
 
Task 13 Sketch hunting / visual information
Task 14 Theme drawing / visual information
 
Week 7:
Coordination (Hands and Eyes)
Topic for Lecture:
Function of left and right brain in drawing
Function hands, eye and brain
 
Task 15: Quick sketches
Task 16: Left handed and blind sketches
 
Week 8:
Contour Drawing
Topic of lecture:
What is contour drawing?
Function of contour drawing
 
Task 17: Contour drawing (potrait)
Task 18: Contour drawing (still life)
 
Week 9:
Gesture Drawing
Topic of Lecture:
What is gesture drawing.
Function of gesture drawing.
 
Task 19: Gesture drawing (still life)
Task 20: Gesture drawing (figure and movement)
 
Week 10:
Out Door Drawing
Topic of Lectures:
What is out door drawing?
Nature drawing
what is eye level
Function foreground, middle ground and background in landscape
 
Task 21: Landscape drawing
Task 22: Drawing Object from nature
 
Week 11:
Analytical Drawing
Topic of Lecture
What is analytical Drawing
Elements of drawing in nature
The perception of light and shadow
 
Task 23 : Nature Drawing
 
Week 12:
Experimental Drawing 1 : Final Project
Topic of lecture:
Introduction of mix media
What is collage
What is dry media
What is wet media
 
Task 24: Nature Drwaing (mix media)
 
Week 13:
Experimental Drawing 2 (Final Project)
Topic of lecture:
Surfaces problem
Interpretation of surface qualities
Critique
 
Task 25: Cont. task 24
 
Week 14:
Revision
Discussion on previous topic
Seminar/Forum
 
Week 15
Course Evaluation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rujukan:
 
Betti, C. and Sale, T. (1997). Drawing: A contemporary Approach (4th. Ed.) Orlando : Hartcourt College Publisher.
Edwards, B. (1994).  Drawing on the Right Side of the brain. (Rev. Ed). London : BCA.
Simpson, I. (1994). Complete Drawing Course. London : Harper Collins.
 
 

SEARCH ENGINE

ART LESSON

DRAWING 1

PERCEPTION

PERCEPTION TUTORIAL

DANIELS CHANDLER THEORY OF PERCEPTION

DANIELS CHANDLER THEORY OF PERCEPTION 2

THEORIES OF PERCEPTION IN COMPUTER DESIGN

CONTOUR AND GESTURE DRAWING

BASIC DRAWING, 3D ILLUSTRATION, LIGHT AND SHADOW

MAGAZINE

PENSIL DRAWING

Kuliah 2:
Drawing Illustration
(ADE 530)
 
 

Tenaga Pengajar: Ramlan Hamzah
Mentor: Roslaili Anuar
 
 
 

Objectives:
On the completion of this course, student should have;
 
1. acquired the necessary knoeledge and apply it to effective graphic illustrations
2. optimum skills in drawing and illustration that are necessary for good graphic illustration
3. the critical appriciation of own and graphic works of others
4. effectively use of composition startegies to create illustration projects through desktop-publishing.
 
Contents:
1. types of illustrations
2. history and influence of illustration on commercial products and fine arts.
3. Drawing skills in illustration
4. composition in illustration (color and surface rendering)
5. computer type setting with illustration
6. developmental project in graphic paint and graphic software, 2D or 3D modelling software.
 
Method of Instruction
It is recomended that the lecture will employ more individual guidance, demonstration and a very little of lecture method.
 
Evaluation
Course works:
1. Drawing portfolio (progressive)   40%
2. Papers (2)                                  20%
3. Participation in critic session        10%
4. Final coursework                        30%
 
Reference:
Jenning. S (1999). Illustration and Design. NY: Quarto Book.
Wilde, Richard. (1986) Problems and solutions: Visual Thinking For Graphic Communicators. NY : VNRC
 
 
 
Tentative schedule of activities:
 
Week 1:
Course Introduction
- Explanation of the course
- History of illustration
- Influence of illustration to the society
 
Week 2:
Introduction to the software that can be use to manipulate visuals, ie Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator/Macromedia Freehand, Paint etc.
 
Week 3:
Class session:
- Some thought of using photograph
- Photograph and printing process
- Finding Photographs For Illustration
           -use clipart book
           -buy from stock photo agencies
- Overused symbols
- Finding illustrations for publication
  (Briefing on First Project: Produce drawing manually using diffrent materials, ie; crayon, oil paint, pastel, watercolor, etc.  To identify the strength of each individual to which material they are expert in.  Draw a fish that we have naver seen before.  Pick one fish sample and illustrate them.  Consult with lecturer.
 
Week 4:
Class Excercise:
Working with colour
Color association
Color and the printed page
 
Week 5:
Class Excercise:
-Psychology of Color
-Color and emotion - red. green etc...
 
Week 6:
Submission of the 1st project.
Class Excercise:
- vocabulary of color - hue, value, saturation
-perception of colors
-color and your printed piece - one color, spot color, multi colors
 
Week 7:
Class Exercise: Revision on Computer Topics.
(Briefing on the 2nd project: Draw yourself by looking down your body.  Either standing or sitting.  Remember to be conscious of foreshortening.  Draw what you see, not you know to be.  Applied to Adobe Photoshop.  manipulate the image with any oter image.  Need to consult with the lecturer.
 
Week 8:
Class Excercise
Work progress
 
Week 9:
Class Exercise
Work Progress
 
Week 10:
Progress of Work
 
Week 11:
Submission of the 2nd project
Revision
Briefing on the 3rd project:  Find some articles that do not have any illustrations.  What illustrations would you use to enhance these pages visually?  Consult with lecturer for approval.
 
Week 12
Class Exercise
Work Progress
 
Week 13:
Class Exercise
Work Progress
 
Week14:
Class Exercise
Work Progress
 
Week 15:
Submission of the 3rd project.
Presentation of the whole project.
 
GOOD LUCK

WHAT IS ART?

BRITAINICA DICTIONARY

ENCARTA DICTIONARY

ART DIRECTORY

HIPER HISTORY

HISTORY OF ART

HISTORY OF ART 2

ART HISTORY 3

ART HISTORY 4

ART IN CONTEXT

TIMELINE OF ART HISTORY

FANTASY ILLUSTRATION

HISTORY OF LITHOGRAPHY (POSTERS)

GRAPHIC WITNESS

GRAPHIC 2

PHOTOGRAPHIC ART

ART COM

ART COM 2

ART HISTORY

FINE ART FORUM

ILLUSTRATION

ILLUSTRATION HOUSE

COLOR PSYCHOLOGY

LISA VAN DUSEN GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATION GALLERY

FINDING ART

BOOK COVER ILLUSTRATION

RADZOR ILLUSTRATION

ILLUSTRATOR BILL ROSE

PJ ILLUSTRATION

ART CRONOLOGY

COLOR