TAILIEUCHUNG - Siamese Tiger Fish

This heavily illustrated lesson is ideal for beginners who feel ready to take on more intricate and timeconsuming projects. In the first four sections, squirkles are used to draw the form, texture, and striped pattern of a realistic fish with combination of hatching and squirkling shading only – no outlining. The fifth section, offers an optional challenge to integrate more details into the completed drawing. | Brenda Hoddinott I-11 BEGINNER CARTOONS CRITTERS This heavily illustrated lesson is ideal for beginners who feel ready to take on more intricate and timeconsuming projects. In the first four sections squirkles are used to draw the form texture and striped pattern of a realistic fish with combination of hatching and squirkling shading only - no outlining. The fifth section offers an optional challenge to integrate more details into the completed drawing. The five sections of this lesson are as follows Option 1 Beginner INTRODUCTION The process of drawing the fish is discussed and illustrated. DRAWING A FISH EYE WITHOUT OUTLINES Only shading rather than a combination of lines and shading is used to draw the eye of the fish. SQUIRKLING A FISH HEAD The fish s head is rendered with squirkles. Each step is well illustrated with full views and close-ups of the more complex sections. USING SHADING TO DRAW SHAPE AND PATTERN The body and fins of the fish are rendered utilizing a combination of various beginner-level drawing techniques. MOVING BEYOND BASIC BEGINNER SKILLS Artists are challenged to add a broader range of medium values between the lightest lights and the darkest darks and to further accentuate the forms textures and patterns. You need 2H very good for light values HB great for middle values and 2B works well for dark values mechanical pencils good quality drawing paper and erasers. If you plan to use regular pencils instead of mechanical you also need a pencil sharpener and a sandpaper block. This lesson is recommended for both beginners who want to enhance their basic skills and for those who feel ready to take on more intricate and time-consuming projects as well as home schooling academic and recreational fine art educators of beginner and intermediate students. 15 PAGES - 31 ILLUSTRATIONS Published by Hoddinott Fine Art Publishers Halifax NS Canada - February 2006 2 INTRODUCTION This lesson is ideal for beginners wanting to enhance their basic skills and .

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