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Lesson 2: Portrait drawing
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Portrait drawing

  1. 1. Lesson 2 Portrait Drawing
  2. 2. Portrait Is a picture, drawing, or painting that shows likeness of a person, particularly of the face. It is composed of different lines and shapes. Lines and shapes are two basic elements used form the features of a portrait drawing.
  3. 3. Lines A line is a continuous mark made on a surface by moving from one point to another. Two main kinds of lines:  Straight line – is drawn in one direction and does not bend.  Curved line – is drawn in different directions and can be bent.
  4. 4. Kinds of Straight Line Horizontal Lines – are drawn from left to right or right to left across the surface. This lines suggest feeling of calmness and rest. They make an object appear lying down or asleep.
  5. 5. Kinds of Straight Line Vertical Lines – are drawn from top to bottom. These lines help create the feeling of stability, independence, and strength. They also help make an object appear taller or narrower.
  6. 6. Kinds of Straight Line Diagonal Lines – are drawn from left to right or right to left in a slanting position. These lines express movement or action. They make something appear falling or rising
  7. 7. Kinds of Curved Lines Concave lines – are lines that curved or rounded inward like inside of a bowl. Convex lines – are lines that are curve or rounded outward like the outside o a ball.
  8. 8. Kinds of Curved Lines Spiral lines – are lines that are winding or circling around a center and seems gradually moving away or moving closer to it.
  9. 9. Kinds of Curved Lines Wavy lines – are slightly curved lines alternately going up and down, or from right to left.
  10. 10. Shapes Is an enclosed are or space that has height and width. There are two types of shapes  Geometric shapes – are exact mathematical shape.  Organic shapes – are irregular shapes like those found in nature.

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