Watercolor Townhouse House Portrait 6/24/2018B
Watercolor townhouse house portrait 6/24/2018B by artist Stephen F. Condren. This post is offered to you free of charge as a “Thank you” for your business.
The house portrait sketch if first laid out in pencil then I go over this in ink so that you can more clearly see the angle and horizon line. The pen & ink help convey the substance of the drawing better than just pencil alone. Please note that all of these lines are loosely done and provide the suggested concept of the work of art to come. This is just the staring point of the rendering process and this sketch is on a separate sheet of paper from the original work of art to come.
Hatching & Cross-hatching
The shade and shadows on the sketch are to help denote the affect of light on the composition. One of the most effective ways to demonstrate shade and shadows are with hatch lines. Hatch lines are short parallel lines drawn in a row along a shaded surface to as to “cast” the shadow on the image in the drawing.
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