Parallel lines have so much in common...
cross-hatching: what's old is new again
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Q & A Follow-up
Because my Art Peeps asked last night...
Below you will find files for ribbons and the page with my contour lines added so you can practice more- ENJOY!
Click the bold title to see the video. Plus, below are few screen shots from Thursday's Ink Q & A.
It was terrific to see those who came and we missed the classmates who couldn't make it. Watch your inbox on Monday for a fresh batch of drawing goodness. - Julie
Zoom over to my place tonight!
Topic: Pen and Ink Q & A
Time: May 28, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 874 3502 5022
See you tonight at 7pm - Julie
Hello Art Peeps!
Are you busy drawing? Having music that you love playing while you create makes your experience even better. I think this song (and band) is simply WONDERFUL and want to share it with you.
I had the pleasure of seeing We Banjo 3 preform in State College late February. While prepping the sunflower lesson last week their song Sunflower kept creeping into my head. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do! - Julie
Contour lines used in Pen & Ink drawing are laid down side by side without crossing
- does that sound familiar? These lines although similar to parallel lines offer a whole new look to your drawing. Contour lines will wrap with the form or shape of your subject, resulting in a more realistic dimensional drawing.
Let's jump right into this shall we?
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