Painting Rendering Cheatsheet for artists

Do you want to improve on drawing and painting realistic objects, light effects and stunning scenes? Than keep in mind that you are not creating parts, you try to model the reaction of light on objects, volumes and much more.

The following Cheatsheet gives you an overview of the main light effects to consider. Usually I chose one and do some practice, and then do combinations.

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Reflections cheat-sheet for ARTists: Torus (Donut)

Drawing and painting reflections on complex bodies is always hard. Not only the body and its curvatures, but also the environment and the relative position of object and viewer have to be considered.

This small series of posts offer you reference sheets for selected “primitive” bodies in a simplified environment. Sky=Blue, Ground=Brown (makes sense). The horizon is marked by a bold red line and the cardinal points are marked by yellow lines.

The created pattern on the reflective body should give a basic understanding of the reflections as a help to construct reflections on more complex bodies.

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Reflections cheat-sheet for ARTists: Sphere and Disc

Drawing and painting reflections on complex bodies is always hard. Not only the body and its curvatures, but also the environment and the relative position of object and viewer have to be considered.

This small series of posts offer you reference sheets for selected “primitive” bodies in a simplified environment. Sky=Blue, Ground=Brown (makes sense). The horizon is marked by a bold red line and the cardinal points are marked by yellow lines.

The created pattern on the reflective body should give a basic understanding of the reflections as a help to construct reflections on more complex bodies.

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Reflections cheat-sheet for ARTists: Cylinder

Drawing and painting reflections on complex bodies is always hard. Not only the body and its curvatures, but also the environment and the relative position of object and viewer have to be considered.

This small series of posts offer you reference sheets for selected “primitive” bodies in a simplified environment. Sky=Blue, Ground=Brown (makes sense). The horizon is marked by a bold red line and the cardinal points are marked by yellow lines.

The created pattern on the reflective body should give a basic understanding of the reflections as a help to construct reflections on more complex bodies.

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Reflections cheat-sheet for ARTists: Cone

Drawing and painting reflections on complex bodies is always hard. Not only the body and its curvatures, but also the environment and the relative position of object and viewer have to be considered.

This small series of posts offer you reference sheets for selected “primitive” bodies in a simplified environment. Sky=Blue, Ground=Brown (makes sense). The horizon is marked by a bold red line and the cardinal points are marked by yellow lines.

The created pattern on the reflective body should give a basic understanding of the reflections as a help to construct reflections on more complex bodies.

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Reflections cheat-sheet for ARTists: Rounded Box

Drawing and painting reflections on complex bodies is always hard. Not only the body and its curvatures, but also the environment and the relative position of object and viewer have to be considered.

This small series of posts offer you reference sheets for selected “primitive” bodies in a simplified environment. Sky=Blue, Ground=Brown (makes sense). The horizon is marked by a bold red line and the cardinal points are marked by yellow lines.

The created pattern on the reflective body should give a basic understanding of the reflections as a help to construct reflections on more complex bodies.


    

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Slimming for the page

After some days of work the webpage is now slimmer than ever. I hope you like it. If you like you can leave your comment on mastodon.

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