Tine McCormick
In order to transition from a linear style of drawing to a more form-focused method, I need to work on utilizing value and shading to create the illusion of three-dimensional subjects. This was an exercise from Drawing on the Right Side of The Brain, which emphasized this ideas to create a portrait.

This has a lot more depth in real person, but the shininess of the graphite reflects light in the photograph. I started by priming my paper with a layer of blended graphite stick, and used both my electric eraser and a 6B pencil to add highlights and lowlights. 

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