• Sunday August 7,2022

He drew

We explain to you what the drawing is and why it is an expression tool. Types of drawings and elements used.

The artist performs a mental work prior to drawing.
  1. What is Drawing?

Drawing is the art and technique of drawing . Through the act of drawing, an image is captured, on a paper, canvas or any other material, making use of different techniques.

The drawing is a form of graphic expression in a horizontal plane, that is, in two dimensions. It is also one of the visual arts. Throughout the years humanity has used it as a form of universal expression and also a transmission of culture, language and others.

The drawing serves as an expression tool for real thoughts or objects, when there are things that words cannot explain, it is said that it is better to draw. The artist always does a mental work prior to expressing his ideas, where he mixes ideas, feelings, memories or others to obtain the final finish.

See also: Plastic Arts.

  1. Types of drawings

The technical drawing is used for architectural plans or topographic drawings.
  • Artistic In this type of drawing the artist's ideas are expressed, making use of different techniques, such as perspective, and even materials, since there is an extensive variety of pencils and other elements for drawing, such as charcoal.
  • Technical. This second type is used to make representations of different things, for example architectural plans or topographic drawings. In the technical drawing, the main intention is to represent in the best possible way, in the most exact way, the dimensions and shape of a given object. It is the kind of drawing that professionals use in their work (engineers, architects, geologists, etc.). In turn, the technical drawing has four classifications: natural, continuous, industrial and defined.

According to the object of the drawing, it can be classified as:

  • Conception drawing
  • Definition drawing
  • Manufacturing drawing
  • Industrial drawing

Many artists affirm that it is not important to have a great ability to be just a cartoonist or painter, but the most important is the ability to express.

It can serve you: Painting.

  1. Elements used in the drawing

  • Instruments. It includes all the artifacts that draw the lines and also those that allow them to be made, as well as the graphite pencils and the rules.
  • Inks They are the pigments and colors that the artist uses to give more body to his work. They can be applied with the help of dry instruments, such as pencils, or wet ones, such as markers.
  • Support. All element that helps to hold the paper or on which it is drawn, like a canvas.

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