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RALPH STEADMAN Brushwork can offer a dramatic contrast to lines made with a pen. Here the artist has used this method for expressive purposes in order to stage a theatrical effect. 30 HOW TO DRAW IN PEN AND INK 3. Pen Drawing in Outline chapter you experimented by creating a wide variety of marks with a pen in order to acquire a certain comfort with the full range of lines and dots In the last produced by the instrument. Now you will discover what happens when you apply those skills to creating forms.

Time also indicating the values of the inner sides of the box. Then lean the lid against the box, and perspective lines some of the on this causes contour to be longer than others, dimensions that can be verified by set of values. (The notice You'll in in the highlight, which tone, and which other types of boxes; increase the 1 . Draw the contour of a shoe box or similar shape, first in pencil and then traced over in ink. the half- is is Straight Lines In drawing cubes and boxes, you're representing flat-sided objects with straight lines.

First try a simple pencil draw- Above: Make a pencil drawing of a teakettle, or a similar still life subject, indicating the profile to the best of your ability. ing of this profile, reproducing, to distractions. Right As you trace the pencil drawing in pen and ink, follow the Opposite: JOE CIARDIELLO An outline drawing, with limited contour of the object. Then draw same subject in ink without a passages of tone added, offers : the preliminary pencil sketch. 32 HOW TO DRAW IN PEN AND INK sufficient information to convey the character of General Custer.

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