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  1. Free hand Drawing
  2. Birds and Animal Study
  3. Landscape & Nature Study
  4. Different types of rendering such as (Cross Hatching, Squirkling, Soft shading, hard textural shading, Stippling, slinky pencil shading and texture
  5. Relation between lines, Texture, Volume
  6. Portrait Study

Still life & importance of sketching

  1. Perspective awareness of outlines, shapes, proportion, tones, colour, texture, form and composition of a particular object.
  2. Textured study of different material like Cloth, wood, glass, bronze, Ceramics and steel
  3. Understanding of foreground and back ground with drapery
  4. Rapid Sketching practice to built-up Observation and drawing skills
  5. Selection and arrangement of objects
  6. Detailed study of light & shade, tonal variation, composition
  7. Study of filling light, various eye level and use of linear perspective in still life

Portraits and Perspective Drawing

  1. Basics and measurement
  2. Study of eyes, noses, lips and ears
  3. Study of different expression, moods
  4. Study of all age group Portraits from Masters Works by Artists Andrew Loomis, Aditya chari and Sanjay Shelar etc.
  5. Quick sketching of Portraits
  6. Perspective Drawing such as buildings, interiors and objects etc.


  1. Principal of design, distribution of picture space
  2. Importance of line, tone, texture, colour, form, content
  3. Study of Golden mean, negative and positive space
  4. Design exercise in different media
  5. Different figurative composition practice
  6. Study of more various composition aspects

Different water colour techniques

  1. wet on wet, dry on dry, dry vs wet, lifting colours, scumbling, splatter, use blooming
  2. Painting layer by layers from light to dark
  3. Pulling color with water, use negative strokes

Study Painting with different painting material

  1. Poster colour (Opaque technique, soft rendering and blending)
  2. Oil pastel (Strokes Light Pressure, Strokes Heavy Pressure, Blending Light & Heavy Pressure, Mixing of two or more colours, Highlighting/ Blending with White)
  3. Soft pastel (use of cotton and figure in painting)
  4. Study of still life, portrait, flowers, landscapes with PENCIL COLOUR

Oil & Acrylic Painting

  1. Study Landscape
  2. Study Still Life
  3. Portrait Study
  4. Com-positional painting
  5. Spatula/Knife Painting
  6. Semi Abstract Painting
  7. Textural and Abstract Painting



  1. Indian Art
  2. Western Art
(Only rudiments of these topics will be covered.)

PART III Fundamentals of Art/ METHOD & MEDIUM

  1. Importance of methods and materials
  2. Understanding of relation between line, texture and volume
  3. Complete knowledge of drawing material such as pencil, paper, cutter, eraser, sand paper
  4. Advance Study of Perspective, Eye Level and Vanishing Point (one point, two point, three point)
  5. Detailed Study of Color theory, different colour scheme, Aerial Perspective
  6. Knowledge of water color material such as brushes, handmade water color papers, different colors, Masking tape, palette, tissue papers for lifting the color
  7. Understanding of space division (Asymmetrical, symmetrical & importance of Positive and Negative
  8. Rule of third, Golden ratio/mean in painting

2nd Year Content


  1. Board Decoration
  2. Paper Quilling
  3. Flower Making
  4. Poster Making
  5. Paper craft (2d, 3d)
  6. Paper collage
  7. Mask Making
  8. Mural Painting
  9. Relief Sculpture
  10. Clay Modeling
  11. P.O.P carving
  12. P.O.P molding & Casting
  13. Paper Mache
  14. Rangoli Making
  15. Paper Casting Out of P.O.P mold
  16. Photo Frame
  17. Card Board Work
  18. Creative candle Making

Different Painting Style

  1. Glass Painting
  2. Pot Painting
  3. Knife/ Spatula Painting
  4. Fabric Painting


  1. Poster colour
  2. Paper, Cardboard
  3. Tharmacol, waste materials
  4. Pastel sheets
  5. Soft Clay
  6. Plaster of Paris
  7. Glass colours
  8. Fabric colours
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