Drawing Essay Topics

Visual Literacy

1. Although Howling Wolf’s drawing is seen as naively executed by the standards of Western art, why do we conclude that his record of the treaty signing event is more honest than the illustration rendered by the other artist? * In Howling Wolf drawing he included the “Medicine Lodge Creek.” His drawing had Native American… View Article

Literacy Autobiography

Many people have this misconceived conception of what literacy is. I, myself, used to believe that literacy was only the ability to read. I was wrong. I have learned another very important sense of literacy. Drawing. Literacy is about being able to comprehend and interpret different “languages”. What is meant by different languages is unknown… View Article

All I really need to know I Learned in Kindergarten

I can remember my mother telling me for a few weeks before the first day how wonderful school was going to be and how I would meet loads of new friends. She also told me that the other kids are going to be scared just like I was. Turning five years old, and knowing that… View Article

Technical Drawing Lecture

1. Drawing is a graphic representation of real thing an idea or proposed design. 2. Drafting began when the early people started drawing objects on earth sand and stone 3. Drafting accurate manual or computerized presentation of working plans and detailed drawings. 4. CAD stands for computer aided drawing 5. Lettering is a very important part… View Article

Drawing

I believe drawing is the single most important skill for any visual artist to acquire, whether they are a painter, illustrator, graphic designer, or fashion designer. It is simply the act of “seeing” made visual. When one learns how to draw, what they are really learning is the ability to see more clearly and communicate… View Article

Antecedent Genre as Rhetorical Constraint

Written in 1975, Kathleen Jamieson’s “Antecedent Genre as Rhetorical Constraint” declares that discourse is determined by the Rhetorical Situation, as well as antecedent genres. Antecedent genres are genres of the past that are used as a basis to shape and form current rhetorical responses. When placed in an unprecedented situation, a rhetor can draw on… View Article

Hemingway Picasso

One of the greatest American writers – Ernest Hemingway – was born on 21 July 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois. His parents were very strict and religious, they taught him a love of nature, outdoor life, music and art. He was really good at English and used to write for his school’s newspaper. After graduation,… View Article

Drawing, Printmaking, and Painting

There are different ways on how to make exquisite two-dimensional masterpieces. It can be in the form of a drawing, printmaking or painting. All of these methods may seem identical because of their common dimensions. However, there are some specific components and characteristic that each form of visual art has that sets them apart from… View Article

My Hobbies Essay

Today I am going to tell you about my hobbies. My favourite hobbies are playing basketball, playing volleyball, drawing and listening to music. Firstly, I feel a great sense of enjoyment from playing basketball because basketball gives me lots of fun and happiness. Basketball not only releases a lot of the stress which I get… View Article

Compare and contrast two works of Art

This essay will cover the similarities and differences between two Artworks ” The Little fourteen -Year- Old Dancer” and ” Baboon and young”. Discussion about this works of Art will be based on the field man’s analysis, thus description, analysis, interpretation and judgement on the subject matter, media and size, location and literal qualities, social,… View Article

Brett Whitely: a brief frames analysis

Subjective Used art as a method of expressive self-exploration. ‘I paint in order to see.’ His artworks moved from being political protests to being focussed on the not-so-quiet intimacies of his private life. “Politics, travel, social consciousness, self-analysis, philosophical speculation and youth took second place to one over-riding obsession – to paint pictures of beauty.”… View Article

Plot and central idea in Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery”

Shirley Jackson’s, “The Lottery” concerns a small town’s annual lottery drawing and the grim circumstances that ensue. In this short but disturbingly profound piece of work, Shirley Jackson communicates to the reader the theme of scapegoatism along with its implications concerning traditions. In the village where this lottery takes place, we find many familiar elements:… View Article

The Pencil

Silverpoint is a graphic medium which preceded the common lead pencil. Instead of lead a point of silver wire is fixed in a wooden holder. Since this will leave but the faintest trace on an ordinary paper surface, a special ground must be prepared. A paste of powdered bone or chalk mixed withwater and gum… View Article