Creating a Dynamic Fabric Portrait by Focusing on Value

Focusing on value is critical to a good result when creating a portrait, whether in paint, pencil or fabric.

When creating a realistic fabric portrait you need to have a good grasp of shadows and highlights. 

This is what is meant by value.

I have created a Free 5-day challenge on the topic of value and its use in fabric portraits.

Here’s what you will learn:

  • What a gray scale is and how this will help you to identify values.
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  • How to distinguish between values so that you can choose fabrics for maximum effect.
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  • The relativity of value or how one fabric can be several different values.
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  • How a variety of values create depth and interest. 

And more…

 What would it be like to easily identify value and choose fabrics effortlessly?

What if you could create depth and shading in a portrait?

This can happen to you.

By putting in to practice what I’ll be teaching you in this challenge, you’ll see how easy this can be.

The challenge starts on Friday, April 26 so sign up now!

If you are interested in creating a fabric portrait in the future,  join the

Free 5-day challenge – Creating a Dynamic Fabric Portrait by Focusing on Value.

 

 

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