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These DVDs from Crystal Productions "Art Is" video series include demonstrations using a variety of drawing techniques and media to help viewers develop their skills.
Basic Perspective Drawing
Artist Gerald Brommer introduces linear perspective. He shows viewers how it is essential to see perspective in order to draw it. Demonstrations include how to make one-point, two-point, and three-point perspective drawings using boxes, landscapes, and buildings. In addition, he demonstrates how to draw cylinders in perspective, such as cups, bottles, and plates. 29 minutes.
In this fast-paced, comprehensive DVD, Gail Price demonstrates the use of felt tip markers, colored pencils, crayons, twigs, a palette knife, and different colored and textured papers. It includes a demonstration of the crayon resist method, which can be used to enhance drawings. Price demonstrates drawing a barn, kitten, landscape, plus still lifes. 26 minutes.
Drawing with Pastels
Artist Gail Price demonstrates the variety of pastels, including soft, hard, iridescent, and pencil. The properties of each type are explained, and Price shows how the different pastels enhance a wide selection of subjects and backgrounds. Close-up photography allows a good view of drawing techniques. 28 minutes.
Elements of Design
The seven elements of design — value, color, form, shape, line, space, and texture — are each explored and clearly explained with diagrams and hands‑on demonstrations, including paintings, collages, and sculpture by Gerald Brommer in this video. Examples of elements seen in nature, architecture, and art reinforce the concepts. 30 minutes.
Beginning with contour and ancient lines, artist Gail Price leads viewers through the basic techniques to create 10 dynamic pencil drawings using a diverse selection of pencils and papers. This DVD covers techniques that produce texture and value, including scumble, smudge, kneaded eraser, stipple, hatching, and cross-hatching. Closed captioned. 28 minutes.
Principles of Design
In this video, Gerald Brommer shows how the elements of design are used and combined in developing the seven principles of design — contrast, rhythm, unity, emphasis, pattern, movement, and balance. A series of demonstrations are combined with diagrams, artwork, and scenes from nature. 29 minutes.
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Outstanding instructional support
Comments about Crystal Productions Art Is ... Video Series:
I have used this resource many times over the years to supplement art instruction in a general education classroom. I have chosen to stay with single point and double point perspectives, 4th graders can follow the directions as I would pause the video, a DVD would be easier, but the clarity and simplicity are outstanding. Students developed a keener sense of the world around them and used the instructed techniques to improve drawings for reports, AVID one pagers, etc.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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