was developed by professor Max Brodel a medical illustrator at John's hopkins in the late 1800's
the results is a rendering that is lifelike, with realistic detail,texture,and lighting on clay board.
-Soft and Semi-sharp highlights can be applied by using various erasers. -The Bard Parker Scalpel Blade handle with a no. 15 blade is a great tool for scratching back specular highlights. The rounded edge of the blade allows you vary the width and shape of the highlights as well. Scratch back highlights should be the final step in the drawing process. Dust that is spread over scratched on highlights will stain the area and will not be easily repaired. -Highlights can also be brushed on using white gouache.
9. Spray fix the drawing so that it will be protected from smudging.
Wolff’s Carbon Pencils- HB, B, BB, BBB, etc.
Sanding Block Pad (to make dust)
Tracing paper or Vellum for sketches and protecting drawing
Clay Coated Papers- Ross Stipple Board #00 (no longer produced) Pantone Colormatch Color-aid paper Vellum surface Bristol board
Drafting Film- H&E Herculene Film
Erasers- Chamois Kneaded eraser Pink Pearl eraser Gum eraser Peel off magic rub vinyl eraser
India Ink (Higgins, Dr. Martin’s, etc.) Crow quill pen or technical pens White gouache
White acrylic spray paint (for final back-spray of drafting film)
Bard Parker Surgical Blade handle Bard Parker No. 15 Surgical Blade
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