Here is given
another literature illustration, which is drawn with such strokes as those
indicated in the upper part of the plate.
Stroke has been
described many times already. After this is drawn indicate the distance by the
use of a few touches with charcoal, and the water with a delicate line or two
of chalk. Let the strokes be horizontal.
rocks are represented with such strokes as No. 3. See also plate 9, stroke 3.
Accent here and there for the light touches, and add bits of charcoal for the
Stroke 2 is drawn by placing the chalk in a
vertical position, and drawing it in the desired direction with a rather irregular
or uneven stroke. See stroke 3, plate 15. When the strong, bright tones are
desired, accent with the chalk, and when the gray tones are necessary, hardly
touch the board. The windows are added with strong strokes of charcoal.