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# Shading And Shadows

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## Rimshah Abid

on 14 September 2014

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#### Transcript of Shading And Shadows

1.First draw an object and determine where the light is located.

2.Then on the opposite side of the light draw the object on the side but thinner so it looks like it is flat on the ground.

3.Next color the flat shape using the side of your pencil making it really dark when starting

4.Make the coloring lighter as you move to the end of the flat shape because now the light is actually hitting it.
DIFFERENT SHADING STYLES
Cross Hatching
Regular shading
Straping
contour shading
Cross hatching is a way to shade objects with straight lines
What is Cross hatching?
How to cross hatch?
First take a pencil and paper and draw a circle. Draw a lightbulb on the top corner of the page so you know where the light is coming from
Then draw a line where 12:00 would be if the circle was a clock to where 3:00 would be. The line should be drawn on the side of the sphere that is next to the light. Now we know we are not supposed to shade that area because the light is directly hitting it.
Then draw a diagonal line from one side of the sphere to the other, placing them not too far away but a little close to each other like the one shown below. Make sure that when getting to the bottom of the sphere the lines get darker as there is not much light hitting that area.
Regular Shading
Draw a circle and then draw a lightbulb in the left top corner above the circle so you know where the light is coming from.
Finally draw diagonal lines now leading the opposite way and making sure they are placed close to each other. Make sure that when getting to the bottom of the sphere the lines get darker as there is not much light hitting that area.
Then draw a line where 12:00 would be if the circle was a clock to where 3:00 would be. The line should be drawn on the side of the sphere that is next to the light. Now we know we are not supposed to shade that area because the light is directly hitting it.
Then make a crescent moon from one end of the 12:00-3:00 line to the other end making sure that it is not too small
Next Darken and thicken the outline of the circle that is part of the crescent moon using the side of your pencil tip to give it a good texture.Make sure that it isn't too thin.
Finally around the 12:00-3:00 line we drew shade the circle lightly with the side of your pencil doing it in a curved line. Make the shading darker when moving away from the line and make it really dark when shading in the crescent.
How to shade and make shadows
This app will show you how to shade like a professional.
Strapping
Shading
Draw a circle and then draw a lightbulb in the left top corner above the circle so you know where the light is coming from.
Then draw a line where 12:00 would be if the circle was a clock to where 3:00 would be. The line should be drawn on the side of the sphere that is next to the light. Now we know we are not supposed to shade that area because the light is directly hitting it.
Then dot the circle starting from the part of the sphere that is farthest from the light. Make sure to not dot inside the 12:00 line.
Darken dots that are farther away from the light because there is not much light hitting that area so its darker.
Make the dots lighter when approaching the light because the light is shining on it more.
Cross Hatching
Contour Shading
Draw a circle and then draw a lightbulb in the left top corner above the circle so you know where the light is coming from.
Then draw a line where 12:00 would be if the circle was a clock to where 3:00 would be. The line should be drawn on the side of the sphere that is next to the light. Now we know we are not supposed to shade that area because the light is directly hitting it.
Materials
Pencil
Papers
Eraser(optional)
Next make wavy lines like the one shown below, making them darker as we get farther away from the lightbulb.
Finally lighten the wavy lines as you approach the lightbulb because the light is now hitting it more.
How To Make Shadows
Getting blocked
Light is not blocked
Thank you and I hope that you learned at least something!
Then dot the sphere starting from the bottom of the sphere moving towards the top.
Next darken the dots when farther from the light as there is not much light hitting that area.
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