Flower of Makli – drawing and rendering a biomorphic pattern from the tomb of Jam Nizamuddin.
Course Outline Description:
The students will make an 8-fold grid and further divide it into 16-fold. They will divide the radius into 3 sections and make two smaller circles inside
the large circle. They will then use 1/8th of the grid to make the petals. This design will be rotated and traced on to the rest of the grid. The central flower will be drawn with 12-fold symmetry. The finished design will be transferred to tea stained 300gsm hot pressed paper and rendered with pencils.
|Date:||17 April 2021|
|Time:||15:00 – 17:30 PST|
|Venue:||Online Zoom Session|
|Fee:||Rs. 1500 (for Pakistani students – this is a subsidised fee to promote learning of art and culture in Pakistan)
USD 25 (for foreign students)
Materials required for this course:
- Cartridge Paper (A4 minimum) from sketchbook should be fine.
- Tracing sheet
- A4 300gsm hot pressed paper (tea stained) for transfer and rendering.
- Compass and ruler
- Pencils HB to 4B, Eraser
- Paper tape