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By Robert W. Gill

Руководство содержит вопорсы корректного оптического построения композиции, элементов светотени, контраста, рефлекса, поглащения и т.п. Приведены примеры рисования некоторых типичных поверхностных материалов .

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David Hockney This drawing is from a photograph taken by the author’s husband in rural Nicaragua. indd 40 Text Job:01524 Title: Drawing Lab (Rockport) Page: 40 1/26/10 3:24:38 PM Instructions 1. Cull through your vacation photos, picking some that would make interesting drawing subjects. 2. Without looking at your paper, start drawing your figure or object with your larger marker. Work slowly and concentrate on your reference; try to have your eye and hand move at the same speed. 3. After a minute or so, you can cheat by looking at your paper to make sure your drawing is not overlapping itself too much.

Think loops! 4. Repeat this subject two or three more times, then move on to a second subject. 5. Repeat until you have drawn five or six items in this manner. 6. Now look at your drawings. Is there one that you like more than the others? Are there ones that surprised you? Subject Suggestions vase of flowers bicycle car guitar elephant cat human face lightbulb toilet horse house tree Elephant by Blake Greene You can apply the one-line technique to drawings from life or photographic reference as well.

Notice that she paints outside of her lines a bit, and that it actually adds personality to the piece. indd 64 64 Text Job:01524 Title: Drawing Lab (Rockport) Page: 64 2/22/10 11:17:54 3:41:04 PM 1/27/10 AM Instructions 1 2 3 4 1. Beginning with a pencil, draw a U-shaped curved line in the middle of your paper. 2. Draw some hair, thinking of what your mother or father’s hair looks like. 3. Draw almond-shaped eyes and an L-shaped or U-shaped nose. 4. Draw a mouth. 5 This rendering of the author’s mother is complete with her trademark cat earrings.

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