Color-Drawing


Teaching Staff: Verykios Spyridon, Argyrokastriti Marily
Course Code: VIS230
Course Category: General Background
Course Type: Elective
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: Lectures
Semester: 2nd
ECTS: 7
Teaching Units: 5
Teaching Hours: 5

Teaching Structure:
ActivitySemester Workload
Lab Lectures26
Tutoring Lectures39
Literature Study and Analysis71
Practice and Preparation39
Course Total (ECTS: 7)175

Prerequisite to / Recommended to: VIS333, AVA340, VIS430, VIS432, VIS536, AVA643, VIS835, (AVA843)
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Short Description:

Color-Drawing explores the impressionistic methodology of interpreting the values of light through color analysis.
The course covers basic concepts relating to color, drawing and representation of narural forms.
It offers students the opportunity to develop their color perception and drawing  skills, working from observation of still-life models.

Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

The aim of the Color-Drawing course is to familiarize students with the problems of color. Emphasis is placed on the extention of their understanding on topics of drawing, color and also to develop a strong foundation for any future design applications.

Syllabus:

1st Week: introduction to color
- The definition of color
- Basic and complementary colors
- The chromatic scales
- Tone and color

2nd Week: introduction to color
- Drawing and coloring methods
- Basic and complementary colors
- Color temperature-warm and cool colors
- The color wheel
- Color juxtapositions
- Still Life Study

3rd: Impressionism
- The Impressionistic methodology
- Still Life Study

4th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

5th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

6th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

7th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

8th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

9th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

10th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

11th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

12th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

13th Week: Still Life Study
- Still life study, drawing and color exercises

Suggested Bibliography:

Kimon Nikolaides, The Natural way to draw, Mariner Books Editions,1990

Teaching Methods:

The Color-Drawing course is held at the site of the drawing laboratory.
Students are introduced to the theoretical and technical framework of color study                    and are encouraged to depict a series of still life objects.
Students apply these principles trough a series of orchestrated exercises.

New Technologies:

Enhanced by multimedia content.
The learning process is supported by the asyncrhonous e-learning platform e-class.

Evaluation Methods:

An evaluation questionnaire is filled and submitted anonymously by the students.

During the exams students must submit approximately 4 color studies and 300 drawings.

The evaluation of their work is based on quantitative and qualitative assessment in relation to the principles taught during the semester.


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