Mike Koonce
The Ideal Solids are standard geometric forms that are the basis of many man-made objects. The Solids consist of the cone, sphere, cube, cylinder and open cylinder. When applying value, note that curvilinear forms (cone, sphere and cylinders) have smooth, even transitions in their gradations whereas rectilinear forms (cube, pyramids, etc.) exhibit abrupt changes in value.

An image will always exhibit the greatest sense of volume when illuminated by a single light source illustrating all six categories of light. The categories are 1. cast shadow 2. reflected light 3. core shadow 4. shadow 5. light 6. high light.

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