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The Secret of Drawing BBC Art

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Buy!Download Size: 1.9 GB


Year of manufacture: 2005
Country: United Kingdom
Genre: popular Scientific (academic)
Duration: 4х59 min.
Language: English


The Secret of Drawing - another masterpiece from the category of "unknown BBC and Co". Movies like How Music Works and BBC Design Rules. The film is not about how to learn to draw. It is about the phenomenon of drawing. About its role in culture, in individual lives and in society.
Continuing the idea of Betty Edwards, the authors show that drawing is the same skill as reading and writing. And that in different situations it can play an equally important role in human life and in the development of culture.
The film consists of 4 episodes:
Episode 1: The Line of Enquiry (Drawing in knowledge)
The first episode shows the role of drawing in the field of science and research. Begins with an example that illustrates the role of drawing in the work of the surgeon. In fact - a few lines on paper allows a group of surgeons is much faster and more accurate exchange of information than words. Then in the episode showing the anatomical drawings of Leonardo da Vinci, who played in the development of anatomy is not less important than any book on medicine. Then the drawings of horses that have been made so carefully that a few centuries before Darwin was led to the idea of evolutionary development. Etc.
Andrew looks at artists who have chosen the natural world as their subject matter and explores how drawing has helped man to understand his place in the universe. The programme covers the Rennaissance, the Eastern way, Turner, Constable and contemporary artists Anthony Gormley and Richard Long.

Episode 2: Storylines (Drawing in the stories)
The episode focuses upon one of the drawing function as the transfer of the plot. Starting with paintings by artists, depicting one item and not even one time, and the whole plot, and ending with comic books and storyboards in a Hollywood production. One of the unique opportunities of drawing in the transmission of content. As an example - a comic book on the Holocaust. At first glance, this subject is impossible in this genre. But the author replaces the figures of the Nazis cats, and the figures of prisoners - mice. The content takes new, unusual shape, keeping the drama "Schindler's List" and komiksovoy style "Tom and Jerry".
Drawing has always been an essential tool for the telling of stories. Andrew looks at the satire of Gillray, Goya and Hogarth and its influence on photojournalism, American comics, Japanese Manga and Hollywood storyboards today.

Episode 3: All in the Mind (Drawing in our minds)
The episode is dedicated to the question "Why do we draw this way (as we draw)?". The opinion of the professors of drawing, the opinion of scientists-physiologists, that scan Brian and eye movement while drawing. For a long time it was believed that the history of civilization does not exceed 6 thousand years (from written sources). Ancient hunters were primitive beings, guided by instincts. But the arches of the Altamira cave drawings found that more than 15 thousand years with excellent quality. Then shown pictures of 5 year old girl, which is also showing a similar style of images of animals. Children's drawings from the episode goes to Picasso's drawings. And in those and other shows have a lot in common. In the words of Picasso - when he was 5 years old, he dreamed of learning to draw like Raphael. But then he had to spend his whole life to learn to paint as you could see it in 5 years.
Andrew investigates drawing as a primal human instinct and a learned discipline, looking at the earliest cave drawings and the work of David Hockney and Picasso. The programme uses the latest developments in cognitive science to examine why we draw the way we do.

Episode 4: Drawing by Design (Drawing in Design)
The final episode - about painting in the field of design - when the drawing is transformed into things. Begins with the story of the man who created the design for the show Сirque du Soleil - "Ka". He also created scenes for time rolling, The Wall for Kicks, and many other top rock bands. Then comes the story about painting in the history of architecture and in the end - 3D and fashion.
Andrew explores the role drawing has played in technical design and architecture, studying complex structures such as the Guggenheim and Boeing 777. From Leonardo to Libeskind, he shows how drawing has been a crucial tool in the history of scientific and technological discovery.
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The Secret of Drawing BBC Art

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Buy!Download Size: 1.9 GB


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