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Description Edit:See this same pumpkin painted in acrylic here! [link] The second assignment in my Science Illustration class! This time it's taking one subject of our choice (yay pumpkins!), and drawing and rendering it in different pen styles, to see which one(s) we prefer. The bottom 4 are digital simulations of the traditional techniques, made in Illustrator. Do you have one you prefer? Of course these styles can also be combined in a drawing as well - to get a mixture of effects. Art…
Heather Mooney saved to Sketches for Students
Practical, hands on Pen & Ink techniques lesson for 6th grade through Adult. Inlcludes lesson objectives, delivery and worksheet. Lesson covers: 1. Ways to Apply the Ink 2.Types of Strokes: Hatching, Contour Lines, Cross-hatching, Scribble Stroke, Stippling 3.Value Scale: 5-Block Scale 4.3D Form Shading 5.Line Direction & Line Variation: Rough, Thick, Thin, Short Curves, Wavy, Broken-Implied Line, Calligraphic (thick to thin in one stroke), and _______=your choice 6.Paint with Ink: Value…
Brittany Du Pont saved to Teaching
"a group of architects and intellectuals all in their thirties looked back at the legacy of Modern Architecture, as well as the enormous...
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Andrew Joseph saved to Architectural Sketching
Subject: Colors 2: Rendering Masonry Materials Watercolor on 8.5"x11" Watercolor Paper
Nixx Talens saved to Oh no, late for plates!
today we are with a new beautiful selection and ideas for drawing with colored pencils. This technique is very interesting, because we all loved colored pencils
In this unit, students will create value drawing of a three-dimensional form in ink using shading techniques. The unit includes three exercises, one finished compositions, a rubric and reflection.
Sarah Stevens saved to Pen and ink