Jaime Skubski's Value Gallery

This piece is an example of low contrast. This piece covers very little of the value scale and is very dull.
This piece is an example of high contrast. This work represents a wide range of the value scale, from one end to the other, from light to dark.
This piece is an example of value scale. The value scale is simply a tool to show the range of light (value.) This piece contains both ends of the spectrum.
This piece is an example of balanced value distribution. The piece has about 50-50 represented on the value scale.
This piece is an example of unbalanced value distribution. This piece has more value on the darker side of the scale than compared tot he lighter side of the scale. The value is not equal.
This piece is not entirely an example of volumetric value, only a specific part is. The curve of the ramp leading the road down in the center and left of the piece of work is an example of volumetric value. It shows a curve that is three dimensional and has shadows covering part of the wall to show the bridges dimensions.
This piece contains examples of attached shadow. The womans hands have an attached shadow between her fingers and under her arms there is attached shadows because of the creases of her arm down against her body.
This piece of work is a great example of cast shadow. Cast shadow is is the darker value seen to the right of the object in the image. This shadow was casted by the light source coming from the lower left hand corner.
This is a piece of art that demonstrates atmospheric perspective. The piece has depth t it, making the viewer feel like they are in the image and looking out into a field.
This piece of art is an example of chiaroscuro. This piece has both light and dark represented in the image. There is a light source that seems to be coming from the top left looking over the people in the image. Shining the light down focusing on the limp body of Christ.
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