Students in this course will have practical training in the representation techniques such as solid modeling and line drawing.
The aim of this course is for students to acquire a variety of representation techniques as a foundation for architectural design, while developing a sense for art.
Students will acquire the following skills from taking this course.
1) The basics of representation techniques such as solid modeling and line drawing
2) An understanding of the diversity of art expressions by appreciating art
Modeling, Expression, Drawing
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Students are given different exercise in each class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||"Form" of the Plastic Arts||None required|
|Class 2||Understanding the function 1||None required|
|Class 3||Understanding the function 2||None required|
|Class 4||Exercise of drawing : expanding of images 1||None required|
|Class 5||Exercise of drawing : expanding of images 2||None required|
|Class 6||Diversity of expression : draw in different method 1||None required|
|Class 7||Diversity of expression : draw in different method 2||None required|
|Class 8||Appreciation of Arts||None required|
|Class 9||Reproduction||None required|
|Class 10||Group work : scenery 1||None required|
|Class 11||Group work : scenery 2||None required|
|Class 12||Understanding the function 3||None required|
|Class 13||Finding subjectivity and objectivity : Drawing a doll 1||None required|
|Class 14||Finding subjectivity and objectivity : Drawing a doll 2||None required|
|Class 15||Image, memory, and story||None required|
Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto. Exercise of Lines : Shokokusya, ISBN : 978-4395241125
Students will be assessed on the result of each exercise