Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Cross Hatching and Stippling of Pen Shading

Below about pen shading.

Cross hatching and stippling are two basic techniques to create tone and texture of the ink image. This is a traditional technique that is used by artists for centuries. They can be implemented in a manner that is tightly regulated.

In "The Ivy tree asylum, Van Gogh combines an intuitive cross-hatching and stippling to create boldly expressive techniques, which, of course, reflect the shape, texture, and the energy issue. spontaneity and fluidity of stroke questioner says a lot on the personality of the artist as they are. It is the artists' technical skills, even though the filtered personal vision, which determine the quality of the work of art.

If we see detailed close-ups of Whitby, this will help us to uncover how to combine the tonal cross hatching and stippling, and texture effects. Different techniques of cross hatching and stippling is used to provide shade and texture of the walls and roof. These techniques can be used separately, but combine to enhance their efficiency. Following the pattern of bricks and roof tiles are discussed, regional and cross-door hatch to show the depth of its tone and shape. Stippling was carried out in different densities so plain and patterned brick wall texture of the dirt, and offer different surfaces.


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