Masters School of Art

Christian Center for the Arts

Drawing 201 - Class Description


Level: 2, Age Requirements: 9 – Up, Format: Classroom, Prerequisites: Complete successfully Drawing I.

DESCRIPTION:
Students develop
speed, precision, and drawing skills. Introduction to pen & ink, washes and charcoal.

OBJECTIVES:
To accurately draw under time restraint. Students are introduced to the use of pen in illustrative drawings.

SUPPLIES:

Students need to purchase a large (approx. 11x14) portfolio. Since students will be introduced to Pen & Ink in this class, they may want to purchase a set of ink pens. A Micron pen set works well (.005, .01, .02, .03, .05 and .08 recommended). All other supplies are taken out of the school supply fees.


WHAT TO EXPECT:
Every student will be expected to practice basic weekly exercises that may take up to two-and-a-half hours a week.  Students present their portfolios at our Art Exhibit at the end of the term.

REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS:
Check schedule to determine time of class. Students are responsible for
showing up on time.  Work will take place during regular class hours.

CODE OF CONDUCT:
Students will not be graded (unless in college); however, they will be evaluated on their ability to complete in-class assignments. College level students taking the class may have extra assignments and will be graded.

HOW TO SUCCEED:
Want to learn to draw, teachable attitude, and practice.

 

Drawing 202 - Class Description

DRAWING 202 - Perfecting Your Drawing Skills 

LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced   Prerequisites:  Drawing 201

  
DESCRIPTION: 
This class is for those who have completed Drawing 201 and are continuing to build intermediate drawing skills in preparation for Drawing 301.  Students will continue to copy drawings as in Drawing 201 but without time constraint.  Time will be spent on upside down drawings, shading exercises and negative space exercises.
 
 
SUPPLIES:

Students may continue use of Drawing 201 portfolio to store art projects or they may purchase an art book to complete drawings in.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT:
Every student will be expected to practice basic weekly exercises at home.  They will present their portfolios or art book at our Art Exhibit at the end of the term.