Drawing Shortcuts - Drawing Compositions (RV-10371)
To take a photograph of a street scene, you would not simply “point and shoot”; you would first determine your subject and decide how to frame your image. Until you look through a viewfinder or at the LCD screen of a digital camera—or even your cell phone—your visual reference changes continuously as you look around. But the moment you focus the camera on your subject, you begin making rapid decisions about the composition of your photograph and answering a series of questions, such as: “How close should I be to my subject?” or “Should I take a horizontal or vertical photo?” In this course we will cover drawing considerations, views, and methods that will help you in answering those questions and more.
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List the various drawing considerations that should be contemplated when creating a drawing.
Differentiate between a perspective drawing and paraline drawing.
Identify and summarize the three types of perspectives.
Distinguish between isometric and axonometric drawings.
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