After doing three value scales using hatching, cross-hatching, and stippling; and experimenting with pen & ink techniques such as multi-directional marks, weaving, and "swirls", make a tonal value drawing of a meal consisting of all your favorite foods, using pen & ink.
Imagine seeing the table setting from across and looking downward, so that you can see the tops, the front, and some of the sides of your different foods. Draw the table setting as if it actually exist
HB (#2) pencil
Set up drawing pens
Heavyweight white drawing paper
1. Collect photographic references,
2. Work out composition in a series of thumbnail sketches.
3. Draw a full-sized (6 x 9") rough draft
4. Transfer the rough draft in light pencil line to 6 x 9" heavyweight paper.
4. Begin inking using hatching, crosshatching, and/or stippling.
Try not to draw any contour lines (outside edges) in ink, but define edges by your use of carefully made tonal values, as in my example on the center tables.
You will be graded on the composition and technical quality.