Monday, July 27, 2009
You can see the crisp edge on Scooter, where the white hair blocks the light and creates a distinct value change in the center of his chest. You can see it again where the brown spot on his back meets the white hair on his shoulder.
Crisp edges must be painted on dry paper, whether it already has an underlying color or not. Wet paper will create soft edges.
More values are developed with French Ultramarine Blue for cool areas, and Burnt Sienna and VanDyke Brown for warm areas.