TAILIEUCHUNG - Kevin Bakon

From the children’s story book the Three Little Pigs, to television and movie stars such as Porky Pig, Babe, and Miss Piggy, pigs have been captivating the hearts and minds of artists for centuries. This project relies completely on freehand drawing without the help of drawing tools such as a grid. You first draw a simple line drawing, and then add shading with hatching to make Kevin’s face and body look three-dimensional, and his spotted fur look furry. | 3A8 M Brenda Hoddinott I-09 BEGINNER CARTOONS CRITTERS From the children s story book the Three Little Pigs to television and movie stars such as Porky Pig Babe and Miss Piggy pigs have been captivating the hearts and minds of artists for centuries. This project relies completely on freehand drawing without the help of drawing tools such as a grid. You first draw a simple line drawing and then add shading with hatching to make Kevin s face and body look three-dimensional and his spotted fur look furry. Simple illustrated step-by-step instructions are divided into the following four sections u SKETCHING PIGLET PROPORTIONS Your goal is to sketch Kevin s head and body on your drawing paper proportionately correct. OUTLINING KEVIN S FACE HEAD BODY AND LEGS You redraw Kevin with thin neat lines. Your sketch lines were simply to establish proportions you now draw the actual outline of Kevin. PRACTICING SHADING GRADUATIONS You fine-tune your shading skills by drawing three different fur-textured graduations with the overall values of light medium and dark. - ADDING SPOTTED SHADING You use hatching to add shading to Kevin s face head ears body legs and feet. For this project you need good quality white drawing paper different grades of graphite pencils such as 2H HB 2B 4B and 6B kneaded and vinyl erasers and a pencil sharpener. 11 PAGES - 29 ILLUSTRATIONS This project is recommended for artists from age 10 to adult as well as home schooling academic and recreational fine art educators. Published by Hoddinott Fine Art Publishers Halifax NS Canada 2004 Revised 2007 - 2 - Proportion is the relationship in size of one component of a drawing to another or others. Drawing space sometimes called a drawing format ora drawing plane refers to the area of a drawing surface within a specific perimeter outlined by a shape of any size such as a square rectangle or circle. Shape refers to the outward outline of a form. Basic shapes include circles squares and triangles. Form as applied

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