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  • Hey guys my name is stan prokopenko, in this episode of proko I’ll show you how to draw

  • the ears. After the initial linear layin, I’m going to introduce a concept called

  • shadow mapping. Basically during shadow mapping you focus on defining the shapes and edges

  • of the light and dark pattern. But first, let’s start with the very important, linear

  • layin.

  • I’ll start with the angle of the connection to the head. and find the biggest shape of

  • the ear, focusing on getting the width to height relationship and the correct angles

  • of the plane changes.

  • Now I’ll focus on the complex shapes inside the ear. Make sure to constently compare shapes

  • to the shapes around it. Keep checking angles and the size relationships of the shapes.

  • Breaking up the curves into segments of straights makes it easier to design and draw accurately.

  • also, It’s ok to exaggerate shapes if you think it will make for a better design.

  • Ok, so here’s the shadow mapping stage. The linear laying I have so far, doesn't change,

  • no matter where the lights source is. It simply indicated the forms. During the shadow mapping

  • stage I’ll focus on the specific shapes cause by the light. So, I always start by

  • evaluating what angle the light source is coming from. In this case, looks like its

  • at the top left.

  • As I map the shadow pattern, I will be indicating either a core shadow or a cast shadow. The

  • core shadows will usually have a soft or firm edge, whereas cast shadows will usually have

  • a very sharp edge. So, simultaneously I’m indicating the shape of the shadow as well

  • as the edge of the shadow.

  • Separate the lights from the shadows. Stay simple and don’t lose control of your values.

  • Try to ignore all the dark halftones and only fill in the shadows. Remember, reflected lights

  • are part of the shadow family. So fill them in as a shadow. The way to make them look

  • like reflected lights is to darken the areas around them, not by lightening them. If you

  • lighten them, they will become part of the light family and that will hurt the form.

  • A very good guideline to follow isThe darkest light, is lighter than the lightest

  • dark.” Let me repeat that. The darkest light, is lighter than the lightest dark. In other

  • words, never make your reflected light lighter than your halftones. Of course with the exception

  • of very reflective surfaces like metal and water.

  • In the deep crevices of all these forms, I'll add the dark accents of the occlusion shadows.

  • In the final stage, I’ll add some smaller planes in the lights with halftones and defining

  • highlights. Most of the volumes in the ear should be shaded like organic cylinders. Make

  • sure these volumes feel round.

  • Ok, so as with the other feature demos, I’m doing to give this drawing away and this time

  • I’ll give it to someone that buys the new dvd that I announced a few days ago. If you’d

  • like to purchase it go to Watch my previous video to get a quick overview

  • of the DVD.

  • I’ll announce the winner of the give-away on December 7th.

Hey guys my name is stan prokopenko, in this episode of proko I’ll show you how to draw


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如何畫耳朵--步步為營 (How to Draw Ears - Step by Step)

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