Tuesday, September 6, 2011


selamat hari raya

Thursday, August 4, 2011


B. Painting

1. Introduction
- Painting is a two-dimensional work of art using fresh media
- Painting needs for water in solvents such as water color and oil for oil paints (paints flash)

2. History painting
- History of painting began in the early days of Ancient Greece
- Renaissance to the 14th century to 16 are the peak times, the famous painter was Leonardo Da Vinci in his painting 'Mona Lisa'
- Age of the Baroque and Rococo into the 17th century to 18
- Romantic Days and impression of the 19th century style of Impressionism priority, and Kiubisme Ekspressionisme
- Modern Art era of the 20th century style of Surrealism priority

3. The flow of art / style of painting
a-Realism - drawing / painting done right, and resembles the actual shape
b-Impressionism - prioritize and focus on the atmospheric environment impact of the lighting
c-Expressionism - emphasizes the emotional statement, the form object is not clearly described
d-Abstract Expressionism - a spontaneous painting, abstract images of nature and have no realistic
f-Cubisme - concerned with geometric forms of the split-break and cause the illusion of three dimensions
g-Surrealism - reflect images of the subconscious or imagination
h-Art Pop - the visible elements of an advertisement or commercial areas
Op-Art (optical) - geometric design, a particular line and color to produce a motion picture in sight

Saturday, July 30, 2011



1. Introduction
- Art is art that depict the object or the plan with the line
- Painting is a two-dimensional artwork using dry media such as pencil, crayon, pen, pestel, charcoal, pen merker, color pencils, pastels, etc.
- The use of ink in the category of painting because the ink does not need dissolved

2. Painting techniques
- A common technique of line drawing is a technique used in cross lines, wavy lines, parallel lines, intersecting lines and contour lines
- Other techniques such as smear technique, brushing techniques, technical point, the technique of shade and mixed techniques

3. Painting process
- Select the object to be painted
- Determine the point of view, tones, perspective, tones, and light
- Divide the room into the background of space, space center, the object and forward
- Make a rough sketch by drawing lines outside the object
- Use the techniques above to show the effects of light, shape and space

Wednesday, July 27, 2011


6. Color
- There are three kinds of colors:
a-primary colors - red, blue and yellow (can not be made with a mixture of other colors)
b-secondary color - a mixture of two primary colors (blue + yellow 'Green Orange' Yellow + Red and Purple Red + Blue)
to mix the primary colors secondary colors - c-tertiary colors

- There are 3 color composite of:
One-color harmony of color next to the color wheel (color family, comfortable and balanced)
b-penggenap color - the color from the color wheel (raises the impact of fresh, rich, contrast, vibration and movement)
c-gray color - only one color with many tons (from light to dark)

- There are two color temperatures:
A warm color - the color red purple yellow green in color wheel (increases the impact strength, fiercely, hope, war, animated, etc.)
b-cool colors - colors from green to purple-wheel (cause of the effect of a cold, sad, peaceful and quiet)

Monday, July 25, 2011

UNSUR SENI (part2)

4. Jalinan
- Connect the effect that there is something about

- There are two types of links:
A touch-Connect - the link is with a touch / hand like a sculpture collage, felt, and impasto painting techniques
b-Connect appears - the link is only visible, but can not be as out of hand batik patterns, water melon strips and feel photograph.

5. Space
- The room is empty space around the object, the distance between two objects, a cavity or something.

-There are two types of space:
A real-time space - the actual space in the form of concrete
b-room presence - a space that can only see the visual arts such as drawings, paintings and prints (not true)