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Media:

I.Drawing:
Support -

Linear drawings vs. tonal drawings

Three categories (reasons for making drawings) 1. Sketches to record ideas or sights, 2. Plans or studies, 3. Self-sufficient works of art

Dry media:
Metalpoint -
Ground -
Pigment -
Cross-hatching -
Pencil -
Graphite -
Charcoal -
Binder –
Crayon –
Chalk -
Pastel -
Oil Stick -
Conte crayon -
Fluid media:
Pen and ink
Brush and ink
Quill = feather
Nib and stylus - type of pen. Stylus is the stick that holds the nib. Nib carries the ink.
Brush and ink -
Wash – II. Paint:

Components of paint:
1. pigment -
2. vehicle - binder

Types of painting :
Fresco -
Buon fresco -
Fresco Secco -
Encaustic -
Tempera -
Gesso - a ground made of powdered chalk or plaster and animal glue.
Oil paint -
Glazing -
Impasto -
Acrylic -
Watercolor -
Gouache -

III. Printmaking:

Advantage over drawing and painting ?

Matrix -

Four categoriesof print: 1. Relief, 2. Intaglio, 3.Lithography, 4. Serigraphy

Relief:
Woodcut -
Linocut -
Intaglio:
Engraving - (burin?)
Drypoint -
Etching -
Lithography:

Serigraphy:

IV. Photography:
Greek roots - to write with light.
Photosensitive -
Lens -
Print -
Camera -
Aperture -
Shutter -
Stop -
Two things that determine the amount of light that reaches the film: 1. Size of aperture (stop) 2. Shutter speed

Telephoto -
Wide angle -
Film -
Film negative -
Camera obscura -
Daguerreotype - Daguerre and Niepce, early 1800?s
Talbot - photogenic drawing and calotype (first to use a negative)
Contact print -

V. Craft: Old English, craeft meaning "strength."
Clay:
Three main types of ceramics? glaze - kiln - potter's wheel terracotta- Wood: intarsia -
Metal:
Fiber: warp and weft -
Glass:
Made from?
Two ways of shaping glass in…...

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