Friday, May 7, 2010
Waiting for Thai
When looking at it an hour later I thought it made a good point and decided to post it. While the next step of adding deeper values would have made my drawing more believable, an initial separation of light from shadow is all that is needed to create form and a sense of dimension.
For a painter, this simple 30 percent value indicating shadow struck areas (a value map) would be all that you'd need, plus a few color notations, to create a painting. It could lead you all the way to a finished piece. Click on the drawing to see a larger version.
I feel an urge to talk about shape painting vs. light/shadow painting......but I'll stop and save it for another post.
Posted by Darrell Anderson at Friday, May 07, 2010
Labels: marker drawing, sketch, value map, values
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Nice sketch! and good point!ReplyDelete