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Check and log – Project Drawing fruit and vegetables in colour

Your composition should occupy most of the paper’s surface. How much negative space do you have left? For the first two exercises of this section, both of my drawings had too much negative space. For the exercise using hatching to … Continue reading

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Exercise Drawing using oil pastel

Aim of the exercise: To use textured coloured paper in A3 size with oil pastels to draw a colourful group of fruit or vegetables or a combination of both, creating a group of contrasting colour, shape and texture. What I … Continue reading

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Exercise Using markers or dip pens

Aim of the exercise: To work out at least three alternative compositions with pieces of fruit and combination of colours in my sketch book. Use various ink and marker media. On one composition use a paper with a rough surface … Continue reading

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Exercise Using hatching to create tone

Aim of the exercise: To draw individual pieces of fruit and vegetables in any chosen medium, paying attention to shapes and planes that make up the outline. Sketch possible views for a composition. Use a viewfinder to crop some shapes … Continue reading

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