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Move Forward One Slide Move Back One Slide Drawing in 3-D requires: Sharp Pencils (with erasers!) Blank Pieces of Paper Your imagination With all 3 elements

Dec 23, 2015

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  • Drawing in 3-D requires: Sharp Pencils (with erasers!) Blank Pieces of Paper Your imagination With all 3 elements in hand, lets get started! drawing suppliesapple.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery drawing.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery paper.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • With this How-To presentation, you will learn to draw a bug in 3-D. The steps are only general guidelines, so feel free to add your imagination and make it your own! Imagination.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Each step is outlined in red pencil as the drawing progresses. Note Art Alerts that provide additional tips. colored pencils.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Make your drawings loose and sketchy. Its okay to be a bit messy. All the lines can be cleaned up later and may add character to your character! drawing character.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Start with a loose wobbly circle for a head. Keep your pencil light and loose. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Next, the bugs torso will be created with an oval connected to the head. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Next, you will block the body. Blocking in the body creates the illusion of depth. You can do this by attaching a slightly tilted oval that connects horizontally to the first oval. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Draw curving lines to connect each body section. Curving Lines sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • You can now add some facial features. Use overlapping to create the illusion of depth when sketching the eyes. Lightly sketch a small circle with a half-circle behind it to create the creatures eyes. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • ART ALERT!!! Another way to make the front eye look closer to you and add depth is to draw it larger than the back eye. This is called sizing. Exclamation.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Now we can work on the legs and feet. The best way to accomplish a three-dimensional look is to draw some guidelines. This allows you to see where to place the legs and feet. The front legs will end up longer than the back legs if you draw along these lines.
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  • Guidelines Use a ruler to help create your guidelines. pencilandruler.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Lightly sketch double lines to represent the legs from the abdomen and horizontal oval part of the bug body. Add oblong circles to the end of each leg to create feet. The feet should line up with your guidelines.
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  • You can now sketch in a few bent lines to the torso to begin the arms and block in circles for the hands. Remember, its your bug so add as many or as few arms as you like! sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Now, well look at contour lines. Contour lines are lines that curve around an object to give it shape and make it look like it takes up space. curvedlines.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Contour lines will make your bug more three- dimensional and make it look as though its living on the page. First, add some curving lines from the head to create antennae.
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  • Next, add a curving grin and stretch the face from a circle to a typical bug shape. The grin and new nose will align on the same angle. Contour Lines sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Also, contour lines can be used for the hands. Make the fingers closer to you LARGER than the fingers that are farther away. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • You should now have basic bug features and shape. The final steps involve creating details and shadows to make your drawing come to life. sketchbook.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • First, imagine your light source and its location. This helps to determine where your shading is placed. If your light source is located in the upper left or right corner of your drawing, all shadows and shading will fall on the side of your bug that faces AWAY from the light. drawing.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • lightsource. [Online image] Available http://fhslibrarymedia.wikispaces.com/file/view/Light_Source.jpg/85880009/Light_Source.jpg, October 15 th, 2010.
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  • Turn your pencil to the side to shade in areas and lightly smudge shading to blend from a darker to lighter tone. pencilshading [Online image] Available http://www.liveindia.com/shading/chapter4.html, October 15 th, 2010.http://www.liveindia.com/shading/chapter4.html
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  • ART ALERT!!! To separate objects you can draw some darker and some lighter. This creates contrast. Exclamation.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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  • Now you can add all the small details such as scraggly patches of hair to give your bug character. Notice the red shading on top of the original drawing. This helps add dimension. sketchbook1.gif stephaniebaca. Used with permission.
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  • Finally, once youve completed your bug, add some more! Create some friends and add a few elements, like an elongated neck or extra hands, to make each bug unique and make it your own! And remember these 3 rules
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  • patience.gif Microsoft Clip Art Gallery. Used with permission. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery
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