DESN 132A—PERSPECTIVE & RENDERING SYSTEMS I | FALL 2020 | T/TH 4:00–6:45PM | ONLINE (AMI)
The following supplies will be needed for this class. We understand art supplies are expensive and do add up. You may use materials that you may already have. Purchase your supplies outside of class time and have them before the class in which they are to be used so that you can gain the most from your lab/studio time.
Many supplies are available for checkout from The Department Resource Room, #123.
Lockers are available for you to store your supplies. Sign up from the Resource Room, #123.
Facilities information such as shop and print lab hours can be found here.
TRADITIONAL DRAWING/RENDERING MEDIA
DRAWING WITH PENCILS
DRAWING IN INK
We render with markers because they're fast. They're easier to work with than watercolors, which is what was used prior to markers coming around in the '80s. Markers are an expense that with today's digital programs, makes it hard to justify the cost, but, they are also a much more direct tool to teach fundamental concepts to and lay the groundwork before moving into tablet sketching later on.
Whites. To add white glare highlights you'll need a little extra help. The white Prismacolor Premier pencil, plus...
We RARELY need these any more, but some people may prefer to have them.
ELLIPSE GUIDES - OPTIONAL, BUT HELPFUL
OTHER SUPPLIES - IMPORTANT
* Estimate only. See instructor and calendar for specific due dates. Summer Session schedule is more compressed with one week equal to approximately two and half semester weeks.
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