Timeline, examens and credits
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Language of instruction: Hungarian
Type(s) of end-of-semester evaluation : colloquium, state examination
Course requirements: Completion of the assignment sheet drawings that are given in the course.
Method of evaluation of course work: evaluation of the drawings prepared during the year, examination
Marking method: evaluation of the drawings prepared during the year
Exam requirements: colloquium: written (drawing)
Final exam: completion of oral and drawing exercises.
Teaching methods: lecture, board drawing, drawing, consultation, spatial modelling
Recommended study methods: Learning takes place primarily through drawing. Preparation of models, use of workbook.
Number of assignments the student is required to complete through individual work: one assignment per week
Type(s) of assignments the student is required to complete through individual work: drawing, collecting, designing
Role of the course within the specialist training scheme:
Lay down the foundations for the development of spatial perception, provide the skills for delineating the object of observation, provide assistance in using artistic tools.
Course description, major areas of study(per semester):
The history and cultural history of the subject. A general understanding of drawing systems, with respect chiefly to plane-based spatial phenomena. An introduction to the representation thereof.
I. Exploring the plane-line, plane-plane, plane-body relationship.
II. After familiarisation with the principles of orthographic projection, the fundamentals of perspective-based representation must be acquired.
III. Introduction to the principles of surfaces of revolution. Sectional views of simple bodies. The representation of surfaces of revolution in perspective. Exploring the relationships of perceived phenomena.
IV. Plane sections of surfaces of revolution. Analysing the interaction of bodies. Studying the resulting sections.