ARTS 1050 - 3 credits
Drawing II is a studio/workshop course which advances the student's understanding of drawing and design elements by observation of the human form. Models will pose for the class. Gesture, proportion, mass, balance and environmental relationships will be explored. Some study of human anatomy will be required.
This course is required for all AFA majors and is suggested for other students wishing to improve or refine fundamental drawing skills. This course is seen as an important foundation for success in all art studio courses.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1010 Drawing 1 or permission of the instructor.
Studio: 4 hours
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