ISBN-10:
0205148824
ISBN-13:
9780205148820
Pub. Date:
11/28/1994
Publisher:
Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
The Complete Guide to Drawing for the Theater / Edition 2

The Complete Guide to Drawing for the Theater / Edition 2

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ISBN-13: 9780205148820
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Publication date: 11/28/1994
Edition description: 2ND/SPIRAL
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 8.77(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.85(d)

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Introduction ix
Mechanical Drawing Equipment and Materials
1(40)
Introduction
2(1)
Drafting Equipment
2(11)
Work Surfaces
2(2)
Guides
4(5)
Drawing Instruments
9(4)
Drawing Media
13(3)
Characteristics
13(1)
Media Categories
14(1)
Reproduction Processes
15(1)
Handling the Equipment and Materials
16(5)
Basic Geometry
21(3)
Basic Geometric Constructions
24(15)
Exercises
39(2)
Mechanical Drawing Conventions
41(16)
Introduction
42(1)
The Language of Lines
42(3)
Lettering
45(3)
General Symbols
48(1)
Scale
48(1)
Dimensioning
49(4)
Title Blocks and Title Strips
53(2)
Exercises
55(2)
Mechanical Drawing Views
57(38)
Introduction
58(1)
Projection Drawings
58(12)
Orthographic Projections
58(12)
Pictorial Drawings
70(14)
Isometric Drawings
70(9)
Oblique Drawings
79(1)
Sectional Views
80(4)
Standard Drawings Used in the Theatre
84(9)
Plans
84(5)
Sections
89(1)
Design Drawings
90(1)
Working Drawings
91(2)
Exercises
93(2)
Computer-Aided Drafting and Design
95(52)
Introduction
96(1)
General Features of CAD
96(3)
Equipment and Materials
99(2)
Hardware
99(1)
Software
100(1)
Seeing the Drawing
101(2)
Drawing Menu
101(1)
Window on the Drawing
102(1)
Managing the Drawing Window
103(4)
Zoom
103(1)
Pan
103(1)
Multi-View
104(1)
Layers
104(2)
Topography
106(1)
Drawing in Scale
107(1)
Drawing Aids
108(8)
Grid
108(1)
Snap
109(1)
Osnap
109(1)
Ortho
110(1)
Isoplane
110(1)
Line Attributes
110(1)
Geometric Shapes
110(1)
Mirror
111(1)
Copy
112(1)
Rotate
112(1)
Fill and Hatch
113(1)
The Library
113(1)
Editing
114(2)
The Drawing Process
116(27)
To Draw a Platform in AutoCAD Release 11
116(27)
The Future
143(2)
Exercises
145(2)
Perspective Drawing
147(40)
Introduction
148(6)
Definitions
149(1)
Conventions and Rules
150(4)
Procedure for Making a Perspective Drawing
154(22)
Measuring-Line Perspective
176(10)
Use of the Measuring-Line Grids
181(5)
Exercises
186(1)
Figure Drawing and Costume Rendering
187(36)
Introduction
188(2)
Figure-Drawing Resources
188(1)
Drawing Equipment and Materials
189(1)
Drawing the Figure
190(23)
Proportions
190(4)
Contours
194(2)
Drawing the Body
196(4)
The Figure in Motion
200(5)
The Figure Clothed
205(6)
Highlight and Shadow
211(2)
Costume Rendering
213(7)
Functions of the Rendering
215(1)
Qualities of the Rendering
216(1)
Size of the Sketch
217(1)
The Rendering Process
217(3)
Exercises
220(3)
Light and Shadow
223(24)
Introduction
224(1)
The Technical Nature of Light and Shadow
225(5)
Light
225(1)
Reflection
225(1)
Shadow
226(2)
Principles of Light and Shade
228(2)
Rendering Light and Shadow
230(2)
Shadows in Perspective
232(14)
To Determine a Shadow When the Source of Light Is Located on a Plane Parallel to the Picture Plane
233(3)
To Determine a Shadow When the Source of Light Is Located Behind the Picture Plane
236(2)
To Determine a Shadow When the Source of Light Is Located Downstage of the Picture Plane (Behind the Observer)---Measured Method
238(4)
To Determine a Shadow When the Source of Light Is Located in Front of the Picture Plane (Behind the Observer)---Arbitrary Method
242(2)
To Locate a Shadow on a Vertical Plane
244(1)
To Locate a Shadow on an Inclined Plane
244(2)
Exercises
246(1)
Color
247(16)
Introduction
248(1)
The Components of Color
248(5)
Hue
248(2)
Value
250(1)
Chroma
251(1)
Summary of Color Terms
252(1)
Color Mixing
253(3)
Traditional Color Palettes
256(3)
Monochromatic Color Palette
256(1)
Analogous Color Palette
257(1)
Straight-Complement Color Palette
257(1)
Split-Complement Color Palette
257(1)
Color-Triad Palette
258(1)
Color Perception
259(2)
Warm and Cool Colors
260(1)
Color Perspective
260(1)
Exercises
261(2)
Rendering Materials and Techniques
263(34)
Introduction
264(3)
Media
264(1)
Papers and Boards
265(1)
Equipment
266(1)
Preparing to Render
266(1)
Pencil
267(8)
Equipment
267(1)
Papers and Boards
268(1)
Rendering Techniques
269(6)
Colored Pencil
275(1)
Pen-and-Ink
275(5)
Inks
277(1)
Papers and Boards
277(1)
Erasing
277(1)
Rendering Techniques
278(2)
Markers
280(1)
Transparent Watercolor Paints
281(8)
Papers and Boards
282(1)
Brushes
283(1)
Rendering Techniques
284(1)
Lifting Color
285(1)
Texturing Techniques
286(2)
The Painting Process
288(1)
Acrylic Paints
289(2)
Papers and Boards
290(1)
Brushes
290(1)
Painting Technique
290(1)
Mixed Media
291(1)
Presentation
291(3)
Exercises
294(3)
Appendix A Design and Technical Drawing 297(8)
Appendix B Graphic Standards Board Recommendations for Standard Graphic Language in Scenic Design and Technical Production 305(13)
Bibliography 318(3)
Index 321

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