THE INCREASING OF STUDENTS ABILITY IN DRAWING MODEL OBJECTS SKETCH THROUGH PROJECTOR TREATMENT SLIDE ON THE FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT

Mesra Mesra

Abstract


This paper is aimed to find out the success of students making sketch images after getting treatment, which was drawing with the help of electronic devices (digital cameras, lap top, projector, and screens). Treatment that was carried out was the display of a model object image on the screen as an appreciation material, before starting drawing, to control composition, proportion and perspective.

The research hypothesis was that after following the treatment, students will be able to make sketch drawings with better results than using the old (conventional) method, so that there is an increase in students' ability to draw sketches than before.

The results of the study are: a). There was an increase in students' skills in arranging the image object composition from 40% (based) to 70% after treatment. b. There was an increase in the skills of students applying proportions from 0% (based) to 55% right after treatment. c. There was an increase in the skills of students applying the perspective of the object image from 0% (based) to 10% right after the treatment.

Conclusion: The use of electronic media (cameras, laptops, and infokus) as a treatment media for learning the practice of drawing could  improve students' ability in drawing sketches of objects in realist. Impressions of model objects on the screen, could  be a control tool in checking composition, proportion and perspective errors.

It was suggested to students to familiarize appreciation activities, the forms of objects that would be modeled through live impressions (model objects are highlighted directly reflected on the screen). It was suggested to the lecturers of the drawing and model drawing subjects was  to use this treatment method in the teaching and learning process.

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