A quick way to capture movement of a person.
An expressive way to paint a portrait.
Hand-edge lines that exaggerate a figure.
A way to show real texture that can be perceived through touch
Draw dark forms at the top of the picture.
Use lines and forms on an angle.
Overlap forms in front of each other.
Draw the round forms at the bottom and the pointed forms at the top ov the picture.
Contour, dense, diagonal, emphasis.
Curved, straight, zigzag, obstacle.
Formal, hard-edge, horizontal, natural
Sketch, scribble, crosshatch, vertical
High and low placement.
You draw close together around an obstacle such as a letter.
Cross over a picture to change it into a positive/negative abstract art.
Go to the vanishing point to create a perspective drawing.
You draw to correct your drawing after you erase a mistake.
High and low placement
Stack the forms on top of each other.
Draw a circle, square, and triangle and color them different colors.
Create a light source and shade the forms from light to dark.
Put forms above and below the horizon line.
Pencil, tempera paint, or crayon
Pencil, charcoal, pen, or ink
Crayon, colored pencil, or clay
Yarn, watercolor paint, or markers
Make the objects look closer.
Make the objects look lighter.
Make the objects look heavier.
Make the objects look smaller.
The lines and crosshatching used to draw.
Hard-edge lines that exaggerate a figure.
Implied lines that the viewer's eyes connect to form shapes.
The outside edges, as well as the defined enclosed edges of a person, object, or mass.