Values & Shapes

February 17, 2011 § 1 Comment

It’s really interesting to see how all classes are related to one another in such a cohesive way. Whether it’s figure drawing, sketchbook doodling, drawing perspective, trying to nail design, values & shapes are two things that constantly pop up.

Just understand values, how to control them and get your shapes right, and it seems like everything else will fall into place.

Also, we’ve been practicing toning in values in Light & Form class. It gets pretty therapeutic after a while just shading and kneading and shading and kneading…

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