Thursday, September 20, 2012

Value Portraits

1. Explain the process you went through to develop your drawing.
First I traced the sections of value from the picture on the tracing paper.  Then I shaded the backside of the tracing paper and then traced it in my sketchbook.  After that, I shaded in the values that I saw in the picture.

2. Explain how you found the different values in the portrait?
I found many different values in the picture.  I found the values by using my value scale.  I also found the values by shading in the section with the coresponding value I saw. 

3.  Did you achieve a full range of the different values within your portrait?  How?
I think I achieved the full range of values.  I think this because I used the value scale colors, except for white, and was able to shade it.  I also think I was successful because the darks and the lights coresponded with the picture.

4. Describe your craftsmanship.  Is the artwork executed and crafted neatly?
I think that my craftsmanship was neat.  I think this because the picture turned out good and shaded correctly.  The only thing I could have improved on is how well I shaded and how I could have blended better.

5. List any obstacles you had to overcome and how you dealt with them.
Two obstacles occured when trying do do this piece.  One obstacle was the tracing of the shading sections because it was hard to find some of the locations of the values.  The other obstacle was the shading because I had a little trouble trying to figure out which value would go where but then I eventually matched the sections with the correct value shading.

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