the following 4 images are examples of contour drawings done in a a quicker, sketchier style - very close to the way I draw spaces. And I really like how the first and fourth ones show more detail by using gray tones, color, and bold black accents.
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this image is a good example of cross-hatching to show form and perspective of a bathroom
these 2 drawings use line weights in different ways:
-the first one's lines are accurate but sketchy, and limited to the major lines of that space. The lines are very heavy on top of shading and textural lines behind them.
-the second image has very accurate, probably measured lines and the variation of crisp line weights are very noticeable
both put a lot of emphasis on important lines in the space
i love this lively drawing of a stone building. The loose lines capture the shapes and textures of the stones and plants very well!
these are both detailed contour drawings that capture moments very well.
both of these drawings are accurate and very descriptive; the top one is a little more loose than the bottom, and creates a sense of a vignette as well as the color is only added to one area; they both use color to further detail and capture the moment of their space