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an example of dot (pontillism) tonal scale drawing created in charcoal

an example of dot (pontillism) tonal scale drawing created in charcoal

drawing glass - how to draw transparent objects

Art Tutorial - drawing glass - how to draw transparent objects - sped up with use of multiple drawing techniques

Value=lightness/darkness of a color.A change is achieved by adding black/white to chosen color.This also reduces saturation & adds to dilution of color. Value is more important than color to design & success of a painting.It is used to create a focal point within a painting or drawing.The eye is drawn to a light element against a dark element.This creates focal point of interest.To create illusion of depth, gradations of value are also used.Areas of light & dark give 3-dimensional illusion.

The Importance of Value & Tone in Painting

FADE [DECOLORAR]

Design 1 Elements and Principles of Design: Monochromatic Painting/ Colour Value Scales

Shoe Angle2 [2004] by Dahae Bae; Alabama; Medium or Technique: Pen Dot Drawing

Shoe by Dahae Bae; Medium or Technique: Pen Dot Drawing

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The Power of Lines: Modular Drawing

Here's a simple way to draw mountains. This would be useful if one was going to draw or paint a map. 3 steps - How to draw the mountains. by ~fragless on deviantART

Art Lesson: Ribbon Letters-- excellent 3 D value exercise

Art Lesson: Ribbon Letters-- excellent 3 D value exercise (I remember doing this in grade art class - E)

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