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These drawings involved a focus on using tone to replicate shadows. Our assignments started with a focus on analyzing a still life and breaking it down into purely black or white tones, and gradually progressed into using a full tonal range. The drawings below were done with black india ink on white paper, black and white conte on gray paper, charcoal on white paper, and white gesso on black paper.