Dry leaf

Elizabeth Kendall

Bronkhorstspruit, South Africa

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Gradating tones are the means by which we produce chiaroscuro. The procedure is sometimes called “shading” or “adding value”. Dry leaves offer good opportunities for studying very fragmented chiaroscuro: small illuminated parts alternate with small shadowed parts, sometimes in unexpected ways, suggesting strange and curious shapes, not only in their form but in the shadows cast on the ground.
(Complete Guide to Drawing, Giovanni Civardi)
Derwent Pencils on 200GSM paper.
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30 December 2010.
ART: Sketches

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