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The Prud’houn Method. Materials: Conte Crayon, black and white. Use a soft crayon for the intial steps when blending. Use a harder crayon on the final.

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1 The Prud’houn Method

2 Materials: Conte Crayon, black and white. Use a soft crayon for the intial steps when blending. Use a harder crayon on the final layers when you want the hatches to remain visible. The paper is is a gray-blue. Use a tortilla to blend the chalk.

3 Outline

4 Bold hatching

5 3 Stump Out HatchesStump Out Hatches

6 4 Hatch WhiteHatch White

7 5 Hatch BlackHatch Black

8 6 Lightly StumpLightly Stump

9 7 Apply White AgainApply White Again

10 8 Add Black AgainAdd Black Again

11 9 Hatch, Tortillon,Hatch, Tortillon, and Hatch Again

12 10 FinishingFinishing Refinements

13 To emulate Prud'hon, apply the hatches in rows, NOT RANDOMLY. As the rows add up, you get a continuous tone. The hatches only slightly interlock:

14 Yet more on applying the hatches Prud'hon's particular hatching technique is eccentric. It is instructive to take a guess at how he worked, try it out, and see if you think your work improves. I can attest that the struggle to render in his manner (which is difficult) has strengthened my painting.

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