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Drawing & Painting and Film Making & Editing Syllabus : 3 months Duration

Drawing and Painting : Syllabus

Drawing and Painting Master Art Class Syllabus : 3 months Duration
Course Objective
The objective of the course is to enhance and refine the skills of the Hidden Talents. Nurture them to understand the methodologies, materials and fast changing techniques.
Course Curriculum
Basic: Fundamentals of art

* Free hand Drawing
*Objects and Nature study, Basic Shapes
*Different Techniques:   Proportion, Volume 
Visual Perspective,  Eye Level & Vanishing  Point *Horizontal and Vertical lines 
*Bold and Rhythmic lines 
*Relationship between lines 
*Value and Texture 
*Sketching from different  angles
Pencil Handling
*Indoor sketching
* Medium – Pencil, *Charcoal, Dry Pastel
Still Life
*Introduction to various techniques
*Study of foreground and background with drapery
*Texture study with different materials like cloth, wood, glass, bronze, mirror, china clay, terracotta, etc.
Selection and arrangement of objects
*Eye level, source of light, tonal variation, composition
*Drawing from different angles
*Details about light & shades
*Medium – Pencil, Pencil Colours
*Figure Drawing
*Free hand drawing from human figure to study proportion
*Stick drawing and Block drawing
*Basic anatomy, Head study from different angles
*Full figure study
*Quick sketching and Finished sketching
*Sketching practice of different parts of body
Landscape
*Basic introduction with theory
*Selection of artistic view with picture frames
*Detail study of variation in sunlight
*Addition and elimination, simplification, eyelevel and Vanishing Point
*Perspective, balance and rhythms in composition
Study of Cityscape and Seascape
*Medium – Pencil, Charcoal, Crayon, Water Colours and Oil Colours (Any Two)
Portrait
*Technical details, measurements
*Detail study of skull, character and expression
*Space dividation with geometrical sketch
*Super realistic portraits through graphic techniques
*Medium – Pencil, Charcoal, Dry Crayon, Water Colour and Oil Colours
Nature Study / Foliage
*Basic introduction with theory
*Detail study of different trees, leaves, flowers
*Medium – Pencil, Oil Pastel, Pencil Colour, Water Colour
Composition
*Principal of design, distribution of space
*Importance of line, tone, texture, colour, form, content|
*Negative and Positive Designing
*Design exercise in different media
*Different figurative composition practice
*Medium Medium – Pencil, Acrylic colour, Poster
Use of Medium in Different Techniques
*H.B. Pencil & Shading pencil 
*Shading Gradations
*20 Shades with single pencil
*Light to dark technique
*Dark to light technique
Charcoal 
*Drawing with charcoal stick
*Life drawing and portrait
*Reverse painting with eraser
*Use of cloth and cotton
Pencil Colours
*Study of colour wheel
*Mixing of two colours
*Tonal variations
Dry Crayons (Pastels)|
*Different effects with different techniques
*Abstract & Semi abstract painting
Fixing method
*Oil Pastel
Still life
*Figure drawing
*Creative Drawing
Landscaping
*Water Colours :Theory
*Wet and wet technique
*Use of handmade paper
*Light to dark effect
*Outdoor practice
*Creative painting
Acrylic Colours
*Use of Acrylic Colours
*Texture Work
*Mixing Work
*Experimental Work
*Abstract & Semi abstract painting
*Contemporary Art
Oil Colours
*Theory
*Techniques
*Types of brushes
*Use of Spatula, roller
*Preservation
Detail practice
Portrait Study, Realistic Figures, Imaginary Compositions
THEORY Part – I What is Art
*Indian Art|
*Western Arts 
(Only rudiments of these topics will be covered.)
THEORY Part II Aesthetic
*Introduction to Indian Aesthetic
*Elements of art
*Concept of Beauty and Rasa
*Six limbs of Indian Art
*Contemporary artists of India
*Great artists of West
THEORY Part III Method & Medium
*Importance of methods and materials
*Nature and characteristics of painting mediums
THEORY Part – IV Exhibition and Display
Selection of Suitable Art Gallery
*Booking|
*Catalogue Designing and Printing
*Display of artwork
*Lighting
*Art critics
*Invitations
*Arrangement 

Film Making & Editing : Syllabus

Why Cinema?

Roots & Background ( Theater V/S Cinema)

Storytelling & Filmmaking

Basic Elements Of Storytelling

Indian Theater And Cinema

Indian Parallel Cinema

Cinema Movements Across Globe

Cinema Movements Across Globe

Film Genres

Film Genres

Story, Screenplay, Script

Scenes And Shots

Cinematography

Color In Film

Editing In Films

Editing Softwares

Basic Elements Of Editing

Basic Elements Of Editing

Editing 1 – Timeline

Editing 2 – Cut And Crop

Editing 3 – Transition

Editing 4 – Sound Adjustment

Editing 5 – Color Grading & Adjustment

Editing 6 – Other Tools

Editing 7 – Finishing