Somewhat mysterious, this cathedral-like portrait uses cross hatching, hatching and dark shading around the edges to give the sense you are in the dark space and the light is ahead.
Only of cardboard boxes, this detailed collection of shades and shadows of charcoal utilises a number of depths to create a detailed image.
The use of straight lines against a variety of shadowing and shading blends doesnt outline anything particular but gives a basis of form work.
Light textural shading along with strong architectural line work and hatching clearly perform as a presentation for this design.
Simple objects are again a useful portrait of utilising shading and shadowing along with hatching to see the skills of charcoal.
Simple objects and a lightly shaded background create depth with hatching, shading and shadowing.
Quite simple, charcoal again forms a series of depths although not much is represented with textural limits.
Hatching and dark colouring gives this example a simple yet effective basis to work from as a beginning sketch.
Strong construction lines dont convey anything specific, but present an extent of ideals that the designer may find important to describe.
Shading and deep colouring make the white really stand out within this overall gloomy looking landscape.
I found that the use of hatching and cross hatching along with shading make this otherwise quite simplistic view overly intriguing.
Painting by Sara Kerr - Portland Oregon Burnside Bridge
The amazing detail involved in this image is portrayed somehow so clearly through deep shading although no vivd construction lines exist.
With a cluster of construction lines, the use of deep shading makes this sketch still easily viewable as the darkness gives way to the lighter linework.
The detail within this responsive drawing presents the viewer with a number of propositions that can be taken in a number of ways.
Really rough to an extent, this scene comes across as being busy and alive with activity through crowded line work, and minimal dark space.
Quite dark and descriptive, the shadowing effects used give a thorough detail of how areas can be used through hatching and shading.
Representing a stairwell of some kind, the important construction lines are solidified through the use of thick line work and simple vanishing shading.
Rough hatching, cross hatching and linework make way for dark shading and shadowing in this 'character full' landscape.
Heavy strokes create a sense of darkness and lack of light. Partly abstract so it also tells a story