This is not the cross hatching I mentioned last time, but it uses both stippling and my favourite method, scribbling. Controlled scribbling.
|This is another old work. The subject is Rocky Mountain National Park - hint as to age, a couple of decades, plus. It is done in technical pens, with trees in scribbles and the water in stippling, and a few areas in negative-space-defining.|
|Notice how the bushes are worked so the shadows are in ink and the bush itself is the negative space.|
|This one uses all three methods.|
|This does too, including cross hatching in the flat side of the centre rock.|
Anyone want to try it now?