Value: How things 2D looks 3D. Value- How light falls on an Object ranging from dark to light Shade- adding a darker value to a colour. Tone- Adding a.

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Value: How things 2D looks 3D

Value- How light falls on an Object ranging from dark to light Shade- adding a darker value to a colour. Tone- Adding a lighter value to a colour.

Vocab. Value Contrast-where light values are placed next to dark values to create contrast or strong differences. Value Scale-a scale that shows the gradual change in value from its lightest value, white to its darkest value black.

Chiaroscuro- Italian word meaning Light and dark

Highlights - areas on a surface that reflect the most light. In a drawing, these areas are shown by light values to create the illusion of depth. Low lights - areas on a surface that reflects little light. These areas are dark in value. Core Shadow- The Darkes shadow on the object. Cast shadows - shadows by shapes onto other surfaces. Reflected light - light “thrown” back onto a shadowed surface from an illuminated object.

Cross-hatch - overlapping parallel lines used to create value.

Hatching - making repeated parallel lines to show value or texture.

Stippling - a technique of using patterns of dots to create values and value gradation.

Words we Learned and you MUST KNOW HERE!! Composition Proportion Line Contrast Form Gradation Shape Value Texture

1.) Gridding Exercise Needs to be EXACT

Value Scale 4 Scales using different texture techniques

3 Applying Value NO LINES!

6 inch 24 inches

24/6= 4 Make sure you draw Lite! Line every 1 inch Line every 4 inches

Look at it with ARTIST EYES Space Line Shape Texture Color Value

Exercise #1(Hand Grid)- Due Tuesday 13 Exercise #2 (Value Scale)- Due Friday 16 th Exercise #3 (Block Drawing)- Due Wednesday 21 st Grid on project due Wednesday 28 th Project due February 6th

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