Free-hand drawing

a style of drawing made without the use of guiding or measuring instruments, as distinguished from mechanical or geometrical drawing; also, a drawing thus executed.

See also: Drawing

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Rotating Canvas: After selecting Rotation Mode in the Surface Dial, artists can easily rotate the canvas by turning the dial left or right, making free-hand drawing easier by changing the canvas orientation up to 360 degrees.
She felt that its formal demeanour demanded tools to be precisely delivered, and, wanting to minimize her tools, her preference was for the free-hand drawing against the precisely measured one.
Her mentors consisted of the first and second generations of modernists: Victorio Edades (who handled art history); Galo Ocampo (composition); Diosdado Lorenzo (drawing from life); Virgina Ty (free-hand drawing); and J.
Each day, he may spend up to four hours performing free-hand drawing exercises, designed to achieve perfection in his line-making ability.
The free-hand drawing surfaced in 1939 in possession of Richard Hejwosz, who initiated a search for relatives of the mapmaker.
As they develop confidence in free-hand drawing, students learn to appreciate the still life as another approach to experiencing art.
It is a new mode of freestanding scanning defined by free-hand drawing on the image, allowing the user to scan a selected area for spectrum.
The BE-300 comes bundled with personal information management (PIM) applications, including a calendar, contacts database, to-do list, and memo pad that allows text and free-hand drawing. It also comes with e-mail and Web browser capabilities; a multimedia package with an MP3 player, a still-image viewer, a camera application and PC data SyncSoft.
The Koala Micro Illustrator generates circles, squares, disks, and other shapes, and also lets the user create free-hand drawings. Its "brush set" changes the width or style of the line drawn by the cursor.
You can meet Hunter and see him transforming his free-hand drawings from his etched zinc plates, into original finished works of art.