Incidental Construction, Continued
Settings locate figures and explain situations. Settings in, cartoon
construction should be simple and not detract from the main character.
Before drawing settings, draw thumbnail sketches to determine the best view
of the cartoon.
Look at the chosen view and determine the most
advantageous use of tonal patterns and black areas. As black and white line
art, the cartoon should present a balance of light, grey, and black areas.
Figure 4-34 indicates how carefully placed tonal values and areas of black
and white accent images.
Figure 4-34.Two examples of planned tonal values and
areas of black and white.
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