A Traditional Modeling Drawing

by Harold B. Stone

Modeling is rendering form sculpturally, disregarding the effects of light and shadow on the figure. The picture plane is, in effect, the window that we see the model through; surfaces of the figure that are parallel to the picture plane are left white. As the surface curves away from the picture plane, it is shaded progressively darker. Traditional modeling drawing uses smooth transitions from one tone to another.

Modeling Drawing 1 Rotator
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