Pencil Shading – Grade VI

Experiencing dark and light through pencil shading: Shading is crucial in drawing as it brings depth, dimension, and realism to the artwork. By skillfully manipulating light and shadow, artists can create the illusion of form and volume, making objects appear three-dimensional on a two-dimensional surface. The students of Grade VI explored their creativity through a fascinating interplay with light and shadows. Armed with various objects , they learnt to appreciate the beauty of simple shapes and their shadow. It was an enriching session for the children.

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