from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the art or craft of a draftsman
- n. the skill of drawing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the creation of artistic drawings.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The skill or work of a draftsman.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the creation of artistic pictures or diagrams
Her draftsmanship is remarkable; she captures architectural interiors with the panache of a set designer.
His high degree of technical skill & draftsmanship is obvious.
Caniff drew "Terry & the Pirates" and "Steve Canyon" every day for 54 years, and his draftsmanship was the envy of his peers.
On the maps, it's a skull or a corroded face in profile, facing southwest: a small marshy lake for the eye-socket, nose-and-mouth cavity cutting in at the entrance to the Peene, just below the power station ... the draftsmanship is a little like a Wilhelm Busch cartoon face, some old fool for mischievous boys to play tricks on.
Powell's florid story and Makinen's elegant draftsmanship create a vision of Dracula more satisfyingly cinematic than many of the movies, and they give both him and Holmes a super-villain and - hero look, which seems appropriate.
I had the Passat, with the 17-inch wheels, in front of my house for a week and each time I walked out to it I grew more appreciative of the brisk draftsmanship.
What more, I appreciated Tatsumi's little details that reveal a good bit about Hiroshi and his milieu, like how his ne'er do-well father immediately tries on his son's new suit jacket, declaring he'll "borrow" it "whenever he needs to look smart," or the sequence where Hiroshi attempts to hire a female model to pose nude for him and his friends in order to improve their draftsmanship.
The draftsmanship of the time was designed around the limits of the coloring method.
At this early date, Degas's draftsmanship lacked some of the freedom and authority it would later attain, and it therefore suffers somewhat in a direct comparison with Rembrandt.
Was this our intention or is this another major screw-up by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, who was not watching the draftsmanship closely enough?