Here is the tile I did on Day 2 where the focus is on tonal value (in this case, shades of black and white). It is more of a representation of some basic principles than a piece of fine art.
Tangles: Knight's Bridge, Nekton, Fescu, Static, Tipple
Here are some principles demonstrated in the tile as I see them:
- placing strokes closer together gives the appearance of darker value - Static
- placing dark beside light adds depth - Nekton and Fescu beside Static
- shading a curved line makes that shape seem more rounded - Static and Knight' Bridge, empty center space
- pencil shading an entire tangled space can give more variety of tonal value and depth to the entire piece - Tipple