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<p> 1. ISSN 1906-0572 JOURNAL OF FINE ARTS 3 1 - 2555 2. 3. 3 1 - 2555 (Advisory Board) (Assoc. Prof. Pongdej Chaiyakut) (Assist. Prof. Somporn Rodboon) (Assist. Prof. Phitsamai Awakunphanit) (Editor) .. (Assoc. Prof. ML. Surasawasdi Sooksawasdi) (Sub Editor) (Pitchaya Soomjinda) (Editorial for Academic Affairs) (Prof. Kiettisak Chanonnart) (Prof. Preecha Thaothong) (Prof. Vichoke Mukdamanee) . (Emeritus Prof. Dr. Santi Leksukhum) (Emeritus Prof. Surapol Damrikul) (Assoc. Prof. Itthipol Thangchalok) . (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Piriya Krairiksh) . (Assoc. Prof. Woralun Boonyasurat) (Assoc. Prof. Rossalin Garst) . (Sant Suwatcharapinun, Ph.D.) . (Sayan Daengklom, Ph.D.) (Editorial Coordinator) (Assist. Prof. Songkran Soodhom) (Assist. Prof. Panupong Laohasom) 4. (Surachai Jongjitngam) (Pitchaya Soomjinda) (Sarawut Roopin) (Editorial Fine art) (Assist. Prof. Prakornpatara Janthakhaisorn) (Pattarin Limprungpattanakit) (Prachya Campiranont) (Veerapol Suwankarjank) (Benya Rattanawichai) (Rawee Rapipong) (Editorial Proof Reading) (Pornpit Dechawat) (Sulaluck Kaowphong) (Junvimol Keawsansai) (Richard Garst) (Editorial for Public Relations and Propagation) (Chainarong Wattanavarakul) (Doungjai Maleedech) (Surasak Pramma) (Editorial for Finance and Publication Distribution) (Kanawaree Jeatrakul) (Kraivit Kramsai) Editors 5. 3 1 - 2555 30 2555 6. National Trust National Trust Editorial 7. 3 1 - 2555 National Trust - 25 2554 8. , (2551), 1,150 Pakit Bunsut, Birth (2008), 1,100 c glaze. 9. 3 1 - 2555 - 1 - Drawing, creation of human forms inspired by line, colour, form and texture in ceramic art. : Pakit Bunsut - 59 - Ravana Invading Yama-Loka at Prasat Phimai. : Pitchaya Soomjinda - 91 - : ..2463-2477 The Symbols of the Vihara and Uposatha Tympanums in Sri-vichai Monks age: Lan Na Cultural Politics between 1920-1934 A.D. : Chankhanit Arvorn - 121 - Chinese contemporary art : A Century from Past to Present. : Piyasaeng Chantarawongpaisarn 10. Table of content - 155 - : The intimate style, a transition between traditional Chiang Mai paintings and the printed patterns from Bangkok. - : Sbastien Tayac - 191 - The Notes on Tai- Yai in Laos Territory. : Sarawut Roopin - 223 - Hill Tribes; Beliefs and Ways of Life towards the Creation of Contemporary Sculpture. : Soonthorn Suwanhem - 267 - Creating Printmaking Artworks with Natural Dyes from Plants in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province. : Chlaem Sathaporn 11. 1 3 1 - 2555 12. 2 13. 3 3 1 - 2555 Drawing, the creation of human forms inspired by line, colour, form and texture in ceramic art. Pakit Bunsut Lecturer, Sculpture Division, Department of Printmaking, Painting and Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. ABSTRACT Drawing is one way an artist roughly expresses their idea as they start to develop their art works. Most artists usually use drawing techniques to develop their style and process for creating a real piece. Drawing therefore presents the original visual idea for artworks such as paintings, sculpture, prints, etc. Drawingscanexpressfeelingsandemotionsaswellasrelatingstoriesofthings fromthepast.Artistsnormallytransfertheirideasthroughhandmovements and the use of some object, such as a piece of wood, stone, charcoal, soil, to memorize and express their imagination. With my own sculptural art experience,employingceramictechniques,Ihaveagreatinspirationtocreate my own style of drawing. It mainly presents my imagination of the human story, using the elements of color, form and texture. 14. 4 All of my art pieces express the feelings of pressure, sadness and suffering combined with human actions. 15. 5 3 1 - 2555 20,000-10,000 (Cro-magnon) (AltamiraandLascauxcave) 16. 6 3 ( 2535, 10) (Eypgt) (Mesopotemaia) 4,000 17. 7 3 1 - 2555 (Art is the Imitation of Nature) 2 (Clarity and Purity) 18. 8 19. 9 3 1 - 2555 (Eurasia) 70,000-35,000 (Slip) (Terra Sigillata) 20. 10 7 3 (Tang Dynasty .. 618-906) 3 (Splashed Glaze) (Sancai) (Celadon) 1,250 -1,300 (Yue Ware) (Xing Ware and Ding ware) (Black Ware) 21. 11 3 1 - 2555 1,250-1,300 (Yue Ware) (Xing Ware and Ding ware) (Black Ware) SancaiSplashed Glaze 22. 12 (MingDynasty ..1368-1644) (Wucai) Ablac-de-china (CopperOxide) (Alkaline) (Reduction Atmosphere) (Enamel) (CobaltOxide) (Enamel) 23. 13 3 1 - 2555 (ChingDynasty ..1644-1912) (Luster) 17 2 Yi-shing Blancde-chine Yi-shing Blancde-chine Yi-shing Blancde-chine 24. 14 3 Hassuna (5,000-4,500 ) (Assyria) (Samara ware) Halaf (4,500-4,000 ) 2 2 Lapis Lazuli Azurite Malachite Lapis Lazuli 25. 15 3 1 - 2555 Ubaid (4,000-3,500 ) Badari (EgyptianPaste) 26. 16 Badari 27. 17 3 1 - 2555 3,200 (Stirrup-Spout) Mochica 28. 18 16 (Reduction Firing) - Zuni Hopi Zuni Hopi 29. 19 3 1 - 2555 10,000 (Jomon) (Cord-marked) (Yayoi Haji) (EarthernWare) 700-750 1,100-1,200 13 ( - ) 14 6 (Seto) (Tokoname) (Shigaraki) (Tamba) (Bizen) (Echizen) (Imari) (Imari) ( 2548, 48-50) 30. 20 (Seto) 1,100 - 1,200 (Jomon) 700 - 750 (Tamba) 1,200 31. 21 3 1 - 2555 3 1 .. 1930 2 ..1945 ..1965 1 2 32. 22 1 30 2 33. 23 3 1 - 2555 2 3 80 (Fundamentatist) 34. 24 ( 2538, 80) 35. 25 3 1 - 2555 36. 26 37. 27 3 1 - 2555 38. 28 39. 29 3 1 - 2555 (Biscuit) 23 23 1 23 40. 30 1-5 1 2 3 4 5 41. 31 3 1 - 2555 1,4,5 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 42. 32 2, 3 4, 5 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 43. 33 3 1 - 2555 1-5 (Slip) 1 2 3 4 5 44. 34 1-5 1-5 1-5 </p>