Chair Still Life


In order to add a sense of perspective to the piece, I attempted to leave the lines closest to the top left as blank as possible, since that is where the light was most concentrated. As you get farther down towards the legs of the chair, the lines grow darker as they reach the middle shadow. This created a certain depth to the piece that brought out the folds to an extent. Shading was the most frustrating thing at first due to a lack of supplies, but the shamy was the best tool an artist could ask for in this situation.

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