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Complete Book of Drawing Techniques by Peter Stanyer

By Peter Stanyer

Entire ebook of Drawing concepts through Peter Stanyer. Paperback.

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The light cast at this angle is very intense, gradually fading to complete darkness towards the sides of the cone. Lighting was used by early Renaissance artists such as Giotto. Medium: 6B Medium: 4B C3BF5B70-8CC4-4870-976C-617F626F3B6F This cube has been constructed using three defined tonal variations - white, grey and black – to give the illusion of form. It is a constructed illusion, of course, and has not come about as a result of observed tonal changes. The cylinder is like the sphere in observation, tone and how light plays across the surface of the form.

Step 2/ Decide how big you want your window aperture to be. 3cOgth up the side of your paper from where the diagonal line departs. point draw a straight line into the paper until it meets the diagonal line. point where the line meets the diagonal line, draw a straight line to the bottom edge of the paper. You now have an accurate scaled proportion of your piece of paper. Step 5/ Take the mea 0 0ments of this proportion and draw them into the centre of a piece of card, then cut out the window for the viewing of your composition.

One is a perspective drawing constructed from our imagination and creative thoughts; the other is constructed from an understanding of planal recession and form. 61 Part One – THE PENCIL ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE These are the basic rules that govern a onepoint perspective drawing, and it is worth remembering that all lines that do not appertain to the horizontal or the vertical axis will go back to or terminate at the perspectival point that as been set up in this drawing. 1/ Draw a square on your piece of paper just to the left or the right of the centre of your piece of paper.

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