Drawing and Analysis of Space

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
304EDA credit 1 21 hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 9 to 14 hours of self-study English winter

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Contents

Topics:

  1. Basics of depicting perspective
  2. Human figure, its proportions and placement in a space, orientation in space in preparing a script.
  3. Various concepts of depicting a space and its emotive effects
  4. Potential use of various visual approaches to space, application in practice in drawing preparations for recording a film scene
  5. The rhythm of the image language, musical rhythm and mutual influences in film, application in practice in drawing exercises

Learning outcomes

Students adopt the basics of drawing focusing on depicting a space and application of drawing skills in preparing a cameraman for shooting. An additional aim of the drawing exercises is to learn to consciously link working with space and rhythm of the film image to considerations of the image language of the camera.

Prerequisites and other requirements

None.

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Evaluation methods and criteria

The basis for grading is 5 submitted drawing exercises on an assigned topic and at least 75% attendance

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