Saturday, July 2, 2011

HOW TO DRAW A FLYING WILD GOOSE IN MS WORD PART 1

MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 22  PART 1


TITLE:   HOW TO DRAW A FLYING WILD GOOSE IN MS WORD

TYPE:   FINE ART – DIGITAL LINE DRAWING               

I have another drawing project that uses the Curve line tool. Below is a hand drawn picture of a wild goose. Try to draw this picture in MS Word using only the Curve line tool. The lines or shapes created can be fine-tuned with the Edit Points tool. Manipulate or adjust the vertexes around them to produce the desired shape or line. Here are some tips. Start by drawing the head. Then, draw the goose’s body. After that, draw the tail section. Finally, draw the wings.

         Art Education teachers can use this drawing project to teach FORM which is one of the Elements of Art. As you all know, forms are three-dimensional images or objects whereas shapes are two-dimensional.  Something that has only one dimension like either length or width or height is known as one-dimensional.  Something that has two dimensions that consist of length and breadth but not depth is known as two-dimensional. Therefore, a two-dimensional shape is flat because it doesn’t have depth. Something that has all the three dimensions is known as three-dimensional. Forms have all these three dimensions (length, width, and height) and therefore have depth. Images that are three-dimensional look realistic. Finally, only superhumans have the ability to see things four-dimensional. Since we are all normal people, we must content ourselves with the ability to see things in three dimensions.



                                     One-dimensional            Two-dimensional          Three-dimensional
                                                                                    (Shape)                            (Form)



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