Art 1 - Value Drawing
Pencil Value Shapes and Shadows Drawing - ____
- Print out the project handout sheet below and glue this into your sketchbook. Let this be your guide to complete the project.
- View the videos below to learn more about value drawings and see more examples. You can also view the student examples below.
- Create a value scale from dark to light in your sketchbook. Use at least FIVE different pencil leads to show the scale.
- Using the geometric models (Cube, Cylinder, Cone and Pyramid), create a drawing in your sketchbook that shows the three-dimensional qualities (length, width, and height) of each model and the shadows created by the forms using a pencil and a full range of values. (If creating this at home, discuss with teacher good items to substitute for this.
- Create a larger final drawing of either the geometric models, a still life pr a black and white photo. Focus on the 3D qualities of the objects and their shadows using a full range of values. You may use any dry medium (pencil, pastel, oil pastel, colored pencil or crayon). Minimum size: 9” x 12”