The act or the art of representing any object by means of lines and shades; especially, such a representation when in one color, or in tints used not to represent the colors of natural objects, but for effect only, and produced with hard material such as pencil, chalk, etc.; delineation; also, the figure or representation drawn.
The act of marking lines on a surface, and the product of such action. Includes pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, conte crayon, markers, silverpoint, and other graphic media on paper.
the act of representing an image on a surface by means of adding lines and shades, as with a pencil, crayon, pen, chalk, pastels, etc. Also refers to an illustration that has been drawn by hand.
Ink that is neither handwriting nor gestures.
Depiction of shapes and forms on a surface chiefly by means of lines. Color and shading may be included. A major fine art technique in itself, drawing is the basis of all pictorial representation, and a early step in most art activities. Though an integral part of most painting, drawing is generally differentiated from painting by the dominance of line over mass. Return to: / Home / Context / Styles / Purpose / Media / Help
Any representation made using pencil, pen and ink, charcoal, etc., often on paper. A drawing may be large or small, a quick sketch or an elaborate work. Among its various forms are: a record of something seen; a study for all or part of another work; an illustration associated with a text; a technical aid.
a representation of forms or objects on a surface by means of lines; "drawings of abstract forms"; "he did complicated pen-and-ink drawings like medieval miniatures"
a graphic representation by lines of an object or idea, as with a pencil, the art or technique of making these
a page that depicts the mark you seek to register
The art or act of representing something on a surface by means of lines and shades, as with a pencil, crayon, pen, chalk, compasses, etc. Also, a sketch, plan, picture or design made with such materials.
a sketch, plan, photograph, computer-generated image, diagram, or model created in order to develop an idea or as an end in itself
Drawing is the art of the draftsman. In its broadest sense it includes every use of the delineated line and is thus basic to the arts of painting, architecture, sculpture, calligraphy, and geometry. The word drawing is commonly used to denote works in pen, pencil, crayon, chalk, charcoal, or similar media in which form rather than color is emphasized. For centuries drawings have been made either as preparatory studies or as finished works of art. Preparatory drawings sometimes reveal a vigor and spontaneity lacking in the completed work.
A work in pencil, pen, and ink, charcoal, etc., often on paper.
A picture, design, sketch, etc.
1. The art of representing something by lines made on a surface with a pen or pencil. 2. Hammering or pulling metal through dies to spread or lengthen it. 3. Pulling along.
Portraying objects, forms or scenes through the use of lines, color, or shading. A discipline of art which can be taken to great heights in its own right, it is often the foundation of many paintings. See the Drawing and Sketching Forum.