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  • OSU Design 201
    Descriptive and Analytic Drawing for Designers - Winter 2012
  • This course is the first in a series of three foundation design drawing courses (Design 201, 203, & 205). It is intended to prepare the design student in visual thinking, problem solving, and idea communication. The aim of this course is to develop skills and techniques in seeing, perceiving and depicting man-made and natural objects.

    Design 201 serves as an introduction to freehand drawing as a skill to communicate characteristics of a subject represented as it pertains to Design. Emphasis on observational drawing as a tool to record, analyze and communicate information about natural and man-made subjects.
  •  STUDENT WORK
  •  Assignment 01:
    Contour Line Drawing Of A Bicycle

    Learning how to communicate descriptive characteristics about theform and function of an object through contour lines. Thisassignment’s primary objective is to begin the development ofvisual acuity and sensitivity towards objects, forms, and surfaces.

    Medium: Pencil on Bristol
  • J. Fannon
  • E. Hope
  • M. VanDerCarr
  • J. Zheng
  • Assignment 02:
    Contour Line Drawing Of Hand With Object

    To learn how to communicate descriptive characteristics about formand motion between an organic and industrial object. The primaryobjective of this assignment is to develop visual acuity and sensitivityof organic and industrial objects interactions.

    Medium: Pencil on Bristol
  • M. Oxier
  • E. Hope
  • Assignment 03:
    Cross Contour Drawing of Volumetric Form

    To learn how to represent the volumetric form and communicatedescriptive characteristics of an organic and industrial object surface.

    Medium: Pencil on Bristol
  • M. Oxier
  • Z. VanHorn
  • J. Zheng
  • Assignment 04:
    Positive & Negative Representation

    To understand the use of positive and negative space as a means ofcommunication using only black and white within a composition.

    Medium: Cut Paper
  • M. VanDerCarr
  • J. Fannon
  • E. Yang
  • E. Hope
  • Assignment 05:
    Tonal Value Reduction

    To learn how to recognize and represent tonal value in an object andsetting as a means of communicating and describing form.

    Medium: Pencil on Bristol
  • A. Bulgart
  • J. Langholt
  • E. Hope
  • Final Project:
    Informational Narrative

    To explore, discuss, and visually represent the volumetric form andfunction of a natural object, an industrial object, or an interior space.Focus on features and qualities that define that object or space (ma-terials, scale, function, process, etc.). Include ALL types of drawingswe have covered this quarter: contour lines, cross-contour, positive/negative values, and tonal value.

    Medium: Pencil & Cut Paper on Bristol
  • A. Bulgart
  • J. Fannon