Coffee and Table Napkin: Stage 5 and 6 – Pencil Drawing

Posted by David Te on July 3rd, 2008

Here are the last two stages of Coffee and Table Napkin before the final.

Coffee and Table Napkin - 5 - Pencil Drawing

Coffee and Table Napkin – Stage 5

To make the coffee more realistic and also to give the impression that it is hot, I added some steam. For this purpose, I made coffee in the steel cup (which has been serving as a model for this drawing) to observe the rising steam and blackness of the coffee. The steam was done by lightly dragging a kneaded eraser across the coffee and the inside of the cup.

Also started working on the handle using mostly mechanical pencil and continued on the table napkin.

Coffee and Table Napkin - 6 - Pencil Drawing

Coffee and Table Napkin – Stage 6

Here, I applied graphite powder for the shadow of the cup. With a kneaded eraser and a 0.5 mm 2B mechanical pencil, the seam of the table napkin is drawn.

David

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2 Responses to “Coffee and Table Napkin: Stage 5 and 6 – Pencil Drawing”

  1. José Says:

    Hi,

    I like the softned textures and the lighting.

    Kind regards,

    José

  2. khalil Says:

    it is very good

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