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Digital Drawing 1

Code 16444
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 4
Workload TP(45H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements N.A.
Learning outcomes It is intended that the student develops and consolidates skills in drawing, through observation and memory practices, using digital tools, maintaining the premises of the importance of traditional supports in this domain.
In the transition from traditional media to digital language, understand and implement projects in Industrial Design, using graphic methodologies that allow the graphic communication of the product, exploring concepts of organization in the visual field.
Mastery of drawing at the level of the elaborate sketch and languages of freehand illustration in digital graphic representation, in accordance with the objectives defined also for the curricular unit of Industrial Design 3.
Syllabus . Digital media for graphic representation.
. Basic principles of organization in digital graphic design.
. Digital image treatment.
. Observation and memory free-hand drawing.
. Perspectives: axonometric and linear, in non-vector digital media.
. Line, line, spot and surface, own shadow and projected shadow, tonal and chromatic transitions.
. Hierarchies of the drawing: sketch and details of completion.
. Graphic Diary in the exploration of ideas and concepts.
Main Bibliography BARTRINA, Luís Villanueva (1996). Perspectiva lineal – Su Relación con la fotografia, Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona
CHING, Francis D. K. e JUROSZEK, Steven P. (1999). Dibujo y Proyecto, ed. Gustavo Gili, Barcelona
EISSEN, Koos, STEUR, Rosaline. (2007), Sketching: Drawing Techniques for Product Designers, Amsterdam: Bis
GILL, Robert W. (2008). Desenho de perspectiva, Editorial Presença, Lisboa
Henry, K. (2012). Drawing for product designers. London: Laurence King.
PIPES, Alan (2007) Drawing for designers, Laurence King, London
Klara Sjolen (2011), Learning Curves, Sundsvall: Keeos Design Books
WRIGHT, Lawrence (1983). Perspective in Perspective, Routledge / Kegan Paul, London
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The teaching / learning process in the relation of observation and memory drawing, uses the theoretical exposition of concepts and demonstration of graphic, traditional and digital techniques, in representation practices, with the execution of exercises proposed in the contact hours, in field work. and in conjunction with UC Design Industrial 3.
The methodology will preferably be the informative and systematic theoretical exposition, followed by the intense production of graphic work, gradually consolidated with theoretical summaries for sedimentation of concepts.
The assessment is continuous, both during contact hours and in the production of fieldwork.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2023-10-24

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