Siudak, kamil - Value gallery

This gallery will show you the many kinds of artworks that deal with values. They all with share these same attributes but each will have a focus in the kind of value they have in their artworks.

This portrait has valumetric value, you can see how around the fruits there are shades of black to give it a shadow. From the center it is bright while the edge the fruits have darken.
This artwork has attached shadows because in front of the man you can see how the background gets darker while behind him is bright. As it transitions to the women, the background is much darker.
This artwork has a cast shadow. The object which is a black rooster makes a shadow on the wall while in the light.
This piece of artwork shows atmospheric perspective. The closer mountain side has a dark shade while the one far in the distance has a bright shades of colors on it.
This painting makes a great example to chiaroscuro. As said in the painting it is called astronomer by candlelight. The light gives it the bright source onto the astronomer.
This portrait has a large scale of value. From the trees it shows a lot of black while the sky is white. The rest such as the people and the mountain landscape are grayish in between the shades.
This artwork has unbalanced distribution of value because the shapes in this artwork are colliding shades with each other just like the yellow bush and the ground.
This artwork has balanced distribution of shades, in this painting you can see where the light comes from and what direction the shadow is coming from just like the log arcing up in the air.
This artwork has not that much of a large scale of shades. It would be considered low contrast for how grey and white it is, it barely reaches out to black which gives it this boring look.
This piece of art called Social Moray has a lot of white and black within this artwork, it would be classified as high contrast for such a large scale it uses.
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