Define Realistic Drawing

Draw Shapes Below Horizon Line

To draw realistically, you must first learn to see realistically. Be aware of what is really there. What you see when you look is visual reality. Being real, everything has three dimensions height, width, and depth. Visual reality is anything which exists that you see. Examples are trees, rocks, clouds, air effects, and light. Your mind becomes so accustomed to daily surroundings that you overlook what is actually there. When you draw these subjects, you suddenly realize you are not sure of...

How To Make Camel In The Bbbbb

Pen And Ink Figure Drawings

Graphite pencil sizes and grades Figure 1-1. Graphite pencil sizes and grades a Hardness grades are printed on the pencils, e.g., a very soft graphite pencil is the 6B which produces the darkest, boldest line. The hardest is the 9H which produces a lighter line. Be careful when trying to make lighter tones with a soft pencil. You may create an unwanted grainy effect. However, you can take advantage of a textured effect if you need it fig 1-3 and fig 1-10 . Graphite reflects light...

Textures And Tones With A Soft Pencil

Shading Technique Pencil Drawing

Practical application of pencil texture and tones Note Carpenter's pencil is used for brick and shingle textures Figure 3-4. Practical application of pencil texture and tones Note Carpenter's pencil is used for brick and shingle textures Figure 3-5. Mechanically applied single line technique combined with stipple technique Figure 3-5. Mechanically applied single line technique combined with stipple technique 1 The mechanical application of single line shading uses a straight edge,...