windowtoart "Drawing": Surface Study Part 2 Values Glass Drawing Choices
9"X12" CONTOUR INK DRAWINGS.
Glass, though difficult, is usually a popular surface selection to study. Use 3 to 5 objects, overlapping, extend some shapes beyond the borders, and try to organize with varying shape sizes and angular placements. Partial shapes are welcome!
Here are several "detail" study methods to choose: an enlargement of a very small area as in the cut glass sample, a transparency drawing of white on black, or combining white pen and ink details with white pastels on black construction paper. Try several!
Whoa! At last, a metallic surface! The microphone details both bumpy texture and fabric covering in the left sample. And the ever popular glass study to the right is of colored pencil, in both wet and dry form. Note: Whatever method was used in these studies would be enlarged and redesigned in the next and last part of the surface study rendering, some of which follows.
Water colors add irridescent hues to this opaque study.
Here 2 ceramic objects join the surface studies. The left vase is soft pastel pencils on black. The right teapot is colored pencil on tone paper.
Yes, I know, no one picked wood.(sigh)
|The next section, Part 2 shows a few more individual renderings and how all is put together. Take a look!|
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