Been a little busy lately with holidays and coming back to a mountain of work, so art fell by the wayside a little.
Still plugging away with term 2 exercises but also decided to watch the colour and light tutorial in term 4 for a change of pace.
I was wondering how much people actually rely on drawing out the perspective lines to plot out shadows like Marc shows in the tutorial when applying shadows to actual pieces. I get the theory, but it is quite a long winded process for more complex shapes. The sphere in particular was quite tedious to work out, I can't imagine doing that all the time when working on a piece!
Anyway, some of my perspective lines are slightly off but I was more concerned with just understanding the theory behind what I was doing more than having perfectly accurate lines. It's a start for my first run through the exercise.
Woops, just as I uploaded I spotted a mistake with a missing section of shadow on the arch!