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    DRAWING AND SHADING WITH TONES AND VALUES in Pen and Pencil Drawings

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    Drawing Relative Tones and Values

    Drawing Relative Tones and Values

    To study values it is best to commence in the house, as the subject you are about to draw can be made simple. Out of doors things are necessarily complicated in light and shade, for everything continually varies.

    Drawing and Painting of Tones & Values

    Drawing and Painting of Tones & Values

    Learn all about the addition of values to both black and white as well as color drawings and paintings.

    Tones Studies & Exercises for Better Understanding of Light and Shades

    Tones Studies & Exercises for Better Understanding of Light and Shades

    Learn about tones by doing the following tones exercises & studies.

    Drawing Values and Tones with the Following Drawing Lesson Full of Techniques

    Drawing Values and Tones with the Following Drawing Lesson Full of Techniques

    Learn how to draw values and tones in objects, shapes, and figures with the following drawing tutorial

    How to Draw Values and Tones in Objects

    How to Draw Values and Tones in Objects

    Drawing Lights, Darks, Mid-Tones and Color on 3-Dimensional Shapes and Objects by Learning How to See Values and Tones with the Following Drawing Lesson

    Creating Value in Pen and Ink Drawings

    Creating Value in Pen and Ink Drawings

    You might be surprised to learn that, aside from the pressure technique, the basic drawing techniques for creating value when drawing with pen involves exactly the same strokes as when using pencil. The basic strokes include hatching, cross-hatching, contour-hatching, scumbling, and stippling, as shown in the examples on this lesson page.

    Drawing Value - Shading Tonal Values with Graphite Pencil

    Drawing Value - Shading Tonal Values with Graphite Pencil

    When creating a value drawing, you need to shift out of line-drawing mode, and the best way to do this is to forbid yourself to draw a line, and focus on areas of value. You might use the lightest of lines to get down the basic shapes. From there, build up the shading. Often the 'outline' will be at the join between two different values, and is created by the contrast between the light and dark area

    Drawing Techniques and Styles : Values

    Drawing Techniques and Styles : Values

    Here are eight (8) different ways of making values (grays) on your paper using a pencil or pen. After practicing the various techniques you can start to figure out what works best for you as an artist. Be aware that the use of gimmicky techniques can be addicting. You should push beyond the technique to the purpose of the art itself. In this case, the eternal round thing.

    How to Add Shadows by Adding Tones : Video Drawing Tutorial

    How to Add Shadows by Adding Tones

    Introduce depth and realism to your drawings with shadows. It all starts with “seeing the light.”

    How to Add Flesh Tone to a Fashion Drawing Video Drawing Tutorial

    How to add flesh tone to a fashion drawing Video Drawing Tutorial

    In this video Tu-Anh Nguyen shows you how to add flesh tones and facial features to a beginners fashion drawing.

    How Artists See - Value Scales to Shapes of an Apple

    How Artists See - Value Scales to Shapes of an Apple

    There are a couple of fundamental things that artists must learn in order for their drawings and paintings to look good. Value Scale and Seeing Shapes are two very important fundamental skills to practice and master to make your artwork amazing.

    The Importance of Value & Tone in Painting

    The Importance of Value & Tone in Painting

    Little did I know that my drawing background would give me a good foundation in tone, otherwise known as value. Value is how light or dark that color is.

    Tone Drawing with Pencil

    Tone Drawing

    Also known as 'Value drawing'. Drawing without using line and depending purely on tone, and interpeting what you see in terms of tonal values and textures. Includes many different methods.

    Value Drawing : The Bridge Between Line Drawing and Painting – How to do it

    Value Drawing : The Bridge Between Line Drawing and Painting – How to do it

    \Value drawing is a great way to learn how to read values (how light or dark a tone is). Line drawing gets you started in visual art. Value drawing, also called “mass drawing,” takes you further. It bridges the gap between drawing and painting.

    Value Drawing is the Secret to Making Your Art Realistic

    Value Drawing is the Secret to Making Your Art Realistic

    Becoming skilled in Value Drawing is the secret to making your drawings POP with realism.

    Guidelines for Pencil Portrait Drawing - Tone and Form in Relation to Plasticity - In this commentary we will discuss the idea of plasticity and how it relates to the concepts of tone and form.

    How Do I Create Tone In My Pencil Drawings? - To be able to add tone to your pencil drawing, you need to have the correct equipment. A soft pencil such as 3B or 4B can create a wide range of tonal effects. You also need a putty rubber to be able to highlight areas.

    Learning to Draw : Adding Tone to Your Drawings - But we do live in a tonal world. What is tone you may say? Well tone is degree of a lightness or darkness that surface is reflecting. A bit like seeing the world as a black-and-white photograph, there is no colour in tone. Just different degrees of darkness or lightness.

       

     

     

     

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