Stationery includes eraser, 2 pencils, sharpener and ruler. Fotostats about Arabic Calligraphy background and scripts for references as well extra copies for students to practice at home. Acrylic paints, plastic pallets, turpentine substitute, pastels, tracing paper, chart paper for composing work, gold leaf, glue etc and other essentials needed to do painterly work. Above material feel stated below is paid to the teacher in 1st Class to cut down over all cost materials for students.
Make sure that what you are printing out fills the whole page. Tape the printout to your drawing board. Tape a second piece of printer paper to the drawing board right next to your printout. Make sure the two pieces of paper are perfectly aligned at the top and bottom. You will use a HB pencil to copy these drawings of eyes as accurately as possible.
You may find it helpful to have the two sheets of paper overlap so you can have your drawing be as near as possible to the drawing that you are copying. Make sure that your drawing board is not laying flat against the tabletop — you should sit with the board tilted up towards your eyes.
This is called Bargue drawing. These drawings of eyes are part of a famous drawing course that was created in the s by a French artist named Charles Bargue. Your drawings should be exactly the same size as the originals. Follow these steps as you copy each eye: There is a horizontal and a vertical line drawn on top of each eye.
These are reference points that you will take all your measurements from to check the accuracy of your drawings. Begin by drawing those two lines.
On top of the cross that you drew, loosely and lightly sketch the general shapes and lines of the eye. Use your pencil to carefully measure every part of your sketch and check for mistakes.
Expect to find lots of mistakes — mistakes are part of the learning process and should not be viewed as failure. Correct every mistake that you can spot and refine your drawing and erase any unnecessary lines.
Every line in your drawing should be at exactly the same length and angle as it is in the original. Bargue drawing requires a lot of patience. Do not move on to the next eye until you are unable to find any mistakes in the last eye that you drew.
Try to draw the lines with the same thickness as the lines you see in the printout. As you draw, try not to think of them as eyes.
Instead, try to think of them as abstract shapes and lines. Turn your board upside down occasionally and draw an eye upside down.
This will give you a fresh perspective and help you to see the shapes more abstractly instead of thinking of them as eyes. You should frequently stop and set your drawing board against a wall and step back and look at your drawings from a distance.
This can help you get a fresh perspective and notice mistakes that you might not have noticed up close. Lesson 30 We will do some more Bargue drawing today. Print out these drawings of ears and copy them in the same way that you copied the eyes in Lesson Instead, measure and cut a piece of good drawing paper so that it is exactly the same size as your printout.
You can use a 2B pencil for shading. Lesson 31 We are progressing to slightly more complicated Bargue drawing today. Print out these drawings of faces in profile and copy them as accurately as possible in the same way that you copied the other pages of Bargue drawings. Draw on good drawing paper, and use a 2B pencil.
Leave a comment under your photo telling us what you think of Bargue drawing and how your experience doing it has been. Lesson 32 Look at these sculptures. Choose one and draw a picture of it. If you have any sculptures in your house, draw them.
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Calligraphy pen with cartidges,A4 size writing pad, pencil, eraser,sharpener, extra stationery, tracing paper, pastels etc (for dhs ) to be paid to teacher as to avoid time wastage in class, looking and finding materials is a challenging task. Students will have to get brushes and canvas depending on their choice of work. Terms and Conditions. 1. November 16 is the UN's International Day for Tolerance and to mark this occasion one of the world's less tolerant countries – the United Arab Emirates – is holding a "World Tolerance Summit". Hi, iv been practising arabic calligraphy for over 3yrs and i want to start making canvases as all my friends request me to do. But i dnt kno wat type of brushes i need.
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But you do need a certain intimacy with the letters, so in this first tutorial, before starting to learn calligraphy or "beautiful writing", we need to learn writing itself.
The Arabic and Latin alphabets originate in the same, Phoenician alphabet.