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Drawing II

Code 12715
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(90H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements Not applicable.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face.
Work placements Not applicable.
Learning outcomes . Understanding visual codes of representation relative to studied referents.
. Formal apprehension of processes and techniques of rigorous representation in hand-free style..
. Develop effective skills of representation and understanding of applied language.
. Historical / theoretical / practical recognition of the Perspective as a science of Design.
Syllabus . Graphic exploration of the structural language of the Drawing.
. Line, Contour Line, Surface, Surface Contour.
. Gesture and Expression.
. Graphic and speculative development of concepts such as Structure, Contour and Volume, Surfaces and
Visual Texture, Shape and Surface, Motion and Symmetry.
. Historical background of Perspective.
. Theoretical / practical fundamentals of Perspective and processes and techniques of representation.
. Applications of Perspective in interpretation/ observation Drawing.
. Quoted sketch, skipping and illustration for Industrial Design.
Main Bibliography Arneihm, Rudolf. (1990). Art and Visual Perception (The New Version). Berkeley: University of California
Press.
Arneihm, Rudolf. (1990). O Poder do Centro. Lisboa: Edições 70.
Berger, John. (1982). Modos de Ver. Lisboa: Edições 70.
Gill, W. Robert. (2008). Perspectiva Criativa. Lisboa: Editorial Presença.
Huyghe, Rene (1986) O Poder da imagem. Lisboa: Ed 70.
Lupton, E./ Miller, J. A. (1996). Design, Writing, Research. New York: Princeton Arch. Press.
Massironi, Manfredo. (1996). Ver pelo Desenho. Lisboa: Edições 70.
Molina, Juan José Gómez. (1992). El Dibujo. Belleza, Razon, Orden y Artificio. Cátedra.
Murray, Ray. (1980). Manual de técnicas. Barcelona: GG.
Munari, Bruno. (1968). Design e Comunicação Visual. Lisboa: Edições 70.
Panofsky, Erwin. (2006, Ed/ Reimp.). A Perspectiva como Forma Simbólica. Lisboa: Edições 70.
Rodrigues, Ana Leonor. (2003). Desenho. Lisboa: Quimera Editores, Lda.
Simblet, Sarah. (2005). Desenho. Lisboa: Editora Civilização.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria TP sessions along with a tutorial process supported by the assumption of intensive individual practice, characterized in the analysis of visual characteristics of the proposed models and related reference graphic work.
Skills are developed, depending on the degree of objectivity, the ability of observation and subsequent registration of the proposed models, regarding the handling and synthesis in various actuating media, the application of theoretical knowledge of structural Drawing language, creativity and invention in the field of composition , expression and mastery in applying concepts related to the organization and structure of pages, as well as method and consistency in all visual responses to the proposed models.
The evaluation is carried out in a continuous manner, in the proposed exercises in contact hours. The final evaluation of these exercises, will be proposed after evaluated by the professor. The work resulting from field work proposals will also be assessed.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-07-01

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