Scott uses develops two alternative value compositions for a mountain scene.
As review from the previous lesson, John F. Carlson's four planes are a guide to help you decipher the values you see in the landscape. Typically the:
In the examples in this episode, Scott maps the values (using value markers) to Carlson's four planes as follows:
Fine darks are usually not found in isolation. They typically are under a slanted plane or within an upright plane as dark accents.
Using one of your photographs from the "Finding Your Intentions" episode, select a photo that represents four clear planes: sky, ground plane, slanted plane, and upright (trees) in a simple format.
Apply Carlson's concept of the four value planes by creating similar value drawings with value markers. Simplify your shapes as needed.
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