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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Dynamic Light and Shade by Burne Hogarth. Mastery of light and shade – rendered with accuracy and expressive power – is the key to three-dimensional form in drawing and painting.
Here is the first book on this essential subject, the product of years of study by one of the world’s great teachers of drawing and an artist of international renown, Burne Hogarth.
Hogarth begins with the simplist kind of light and shade, Mastery of light and shade – rendered with accuracy and expressive power – is the key to three-dimensional form in drawing and painting.
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Hogarth begins with the simplist kind of light and shade, showing how a dark silhouette on white paper can sahde form and space. He then shows how the silhouette is transformed into three dimensions with the addition of minimal light – the highlight.
Following these instructory chapters, Hogarth devotes a separate chapter to each of the given basic categories of light and shade: In these chapters Hogarth illustrates the effects of these different kinds of light on a variety of subjects and examines both natural and artificial light sources.
Moving on to more complex lighting effects, Hogarth explains spatial light – how light and shade can create hograth sense of “near and far”; environmental light – the effects of weather, time of day, and the changing of seasons; textural light – how light reveals the surface qualities of forms that range from rough stone to silk and satin draperies; transparent light – the effects passing through transparent materials like glass and water, and translucent substances like moving water or sailcloth; fragmentation light – the disrupted light we see in such subjects as fire, rain, and flying snow; radiant light – the intense light we see when we look into the light source itself, which may range from the sun to a candle flame; and finally the various kinds of expressive light invented by the artist – such as the symbolic and mystic light of religious art, or the paterns of light and shade that convey a hogrth or a psychological state.
Burne Hogarth illustrates every effect of light and shade with brilliant drawings in pencil, charcoal, carbon, pen and ink, and brush and ink, encouraging the reader to experiment with diverse drawing media.
Dynamic Light and Shade is an essential volume for everyone who draws and paints. Paperbackpages. Published September 1st by Watson-Guptill first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dynamic Light and Shadeplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Dynamic Light and Shade. Lists with Oight Book.
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This book is excellent, but for very different reasons than Hogarth’s other art instruction books. For this book, it’s best to just read through it and absorb hpgarth much as you can. Study the drawings and pay attention to ans Hogarth points out to you. As an example of the way I would utilize this, first I would plan out a painting or drawing.
Then I would decide what kind of light I would like.
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Then I w This book is excellent, but for very different reasons than Hogarth’s other art instruction books. Then I would look up how Hogarth describes it in the book, and use it as a guide for my own drawing. The only thing is that I wish it had at least one section on color, or at least have some of the paintings in color.
Everything is black and white. Jan 04, Dan Henk rated it really liked it. Nice, instructional book that helps the artists give items a three dimensional look.
Like most of Burne’s book, it helps the artist understand the mechanics behind why certain things act the way they do. That said, this is a bit mechanical and stiff approach.
It’s great background and storybook knowledge, but is not as accurate as drawing from life. Aug 12, Serge Pierro rated it really liked it Shelves: An excellent hoharth on lighting. Seeing as I prefer drawing with figures in “heavy shadow”, this book was quite useful for me.
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Burne Hogarth started young. Born inhe was enrolled in the Chicago Art Institute at the age of 12 and an assistant cartoonist at Associated Editors’ Syndicate at At the age of 26, he was chosen from a pool of a dozen applicants as Hal Foster’s successor on the United Features Syndicate strip, “Tarzan”. His first strip, very much in Foster’s style, appeared May 9, It wasn’t long be Burne Hogarth started young. It wasn’t long before he abandoned the attempt to maintain the original look of the strip and brought his own dynamic style to the Sunday comics page.
He was able to pass his unique methods on illustration to his students in the classroom and, into the readers of his first book, Dynamic Anatomy.
During his years teaching, Hogarth authored a number of anatomy and drawing books that have become standard references for artists of every sort, including computer animators. Dynamic Anatomy and Drawing znd Human Head were followed by further investigations of the human form. Dynamic Light and Shade and Dynamic Wrinkles and Drapery explored other aspects relative to rendering the figure. Ligbt more than 20 years away from strip work and being hailed in Europe as “the Michelangelo of the comic strip,” Hogarth returned to sequential art in with his groundbreaking Tarzan of the Apesa large format hardbound book published by Watson Guptill in 11 languages.
It marks the beginning of the sober volume of integrated pictorial fiction, what is currently understood to be a graphic novel. Burne Hogarth passed away in at the age of Books by Burne Hogarth. Trivia About Dynamic Light and No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to ligbt Goodreads account.