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Thread: How to Make a Grayscale (and a Stencil)

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    How to Make a Grayscale (and a Stencil)

    The two extreme tones or values are black (very dark) and white (very light). Recognizing the tone or value of a color, rather than the hue, is important to a painter because successful paintings have tonal contrast in them, or a range of values.

    A painting with only mid-tones risks being flat and dull. Value or tonal contrast creates visual interest or excitement in a painting. A high-key painting is one in which the contrasts in value or tone are extreme, from black right through the range of mid-tones down to white. A low-key painting is one in which the tonal range is narrower.

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    Last edited by Lima; 06-07-2010 at 07:04 AM.

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    The final gray scale.

    QUESTION: IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRANSFORM THE SCALE ON A (STICKER)?

    EDITING IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRANSFORM THE SCALE ON A STENCIL?
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    I edit and corrected the question as you can see.

    Responding to the question: I learned how to make the stencil. I selected a small square, filled it with ink and then turned it into a stencil. This square stencil is then used in each new layer. See image.
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