Objects in perspective.
A portrait of someone sitting still.
A landscape of trees and flowers.
The lines and crosshatching used to draw.
Hard-edge lines that exaggerate a figure.
Implied lines that viewer's eyes connect to form shapes.
The outside edges, as well as the defined enclosed edges of a person, object, or mass.
light colored crayons used for colloring.
Fine quality chalk used for drawing.
Light values used in painting.
Different colors of charcoal used for drawing.
Several practice letters.
A page layout.
An image of a person in motion.
An image of a person, expecially the face and upper body.
The full figure of a person.
A cartoon image of a person.
Pencil, tempera paint, or crayon
Crayon, colored pencil, or clay
Yarn, watercolor paint, or markers
Pencil, charcoal, pen, or ink
The lightness and darkness of something.
How much your drawing or painting is worth.
How dark you can make your pencil shading.
Smudging to make all the pencil or charcoal the same shade.
Use a harder pencil, use your pencil on its side, and smudge the pencil to darken it.
Scribble over the area until all the white paper is covered,
Press harder, go over the area several times until it darkens, or use a softer pencil.
Shade without ever lifting your pencil from the paper, make sure there are no white gaps showing, and blend the pencil with a paper towel.
Contour, dense, diagonal, emphasis.
Curved, straight, zigzag, contour.
Formal, hard-edge, horizontal, natural.
Sketch, scribble, crosshatch, vertical.