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This is my attempt at hierarchy of lines and shadows. I wasn’t sure how to go about shadows. I originally had dark lines and very dark lines and areas. It didn’t seem right so I kept revising until this. Would appreciate feedback on how this could’ve been better.
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I like these exercises— I think I could definitely work on my straights and line weight. I couldn’t find my ruler today, so I might need to replace that.
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this was a fun assignment, though I struggled a good bit with it. I opted to leave out some smaller details with the hope of getting the bigger picture and strokes more or less right.
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attempt at the snail . I think I spent too much time when I did the boot, so I tried to stick with simplifying the snail without worrying if it’s perfect. Hopefully it wasn’t an over correction
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heres my attempt at the boots. I was okay until the laces, which felt overwhelming . I found it helped me to block the laces with straights then lay the curves on top. Going to tackle the snail now!
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definitely was harder than i thought, especially controlling the pressure throughout.
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My attempt before and after the demo. Think the tone separation is better, but not totally happy with the tone shapes
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After watching the critique, I tried one final attempt. I’m struggling to get the values I want.
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First attempt(s). Retried it after my first attempt because I felt my shading was unclear/missing a tone.
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