Charcoal technique :
A lot of focus and shading goes into any pencil media creation.
Here we talk about the various techniques used by artists to create sketchworks:
I) Hatching : Hatching is an artistic technique used to create tonal or shading effects by drawing closely spaced parallel lines.
Artists use the technique, varying the length, angle, closeness and other qualities of the lines, most commonly in sketching, linear painting and engraving.
II) Cross Hatching : Crosshatching is an extension of hatching, which uses fine parallel lines drawn closely together to create the illusion of shade or texture in a drawing. Crosshatching is the drawing of two layers of hatching at right-angles to create a mesh-like pattern.
III) Blending : BLENDING/SMUDGING is a technique of shading that focuses less on specific mark-making, and more on concealing the application of marks by either applying them seamlessly or by rubbing in the media using a finger or smudging tool.
IV) Scribbling : Scribbling is shading by means of a network of random, multidirectional lines. Its mostly used in Abstract Art.
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