This two point perspective piece uses effective hatching techniques to describe depth and spatial quality.
crosshatching create the shadow
Hatching and cross hatching make this cup an exemplar for pencil renderings as its shape is rather basic.
Two white concrete pieces are held together by a brick core with several large windows. Pencil Colored Crayons on Standard Paper, 3 Hours Completion Time
Shading and hatching along with the use of no outlining on the wheels, just shadowing make this object interesting.
The blending of dark with light (almost white) in shaded areas give this a very technical structural appeal.
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Shading, hatching and particularly construction lines make this concept sketch rough, yet adequately informational.
Hatching, shading and simple straight lines make this a realistic, yet simplistic demonstration of pencil sketching methods.
Using minimal shading on structural components make the shaded hatched depth subtle, yet important.
Example of hatching
Simple hatching and shading withing lines make this a simple, yet effective sketch.
Maybe not required, but still very effective is the depth and consistency of hatching throughout the sky representing shadow.
Cross hatching is very effective in this sketch as a background which is quite uncommon, whilst the outlined figure stands out although quite simple.
The depth of cross hatching and complexity of shading make this sketch very realistic to that of the textures within a church.
Although presenting more light casting, the consistent hatching throughout the whole sketch clearly conveys the fact that this is indoors.
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