Basics of Drawing
Construction / Perspective
Light & Shadow
Hatching / Value / Mark
The Artist's Choice
Graphite Shading Techniques: Hatching: Creating dark value (shades) by application of parallel lines. The closer together the lines the more even the resulting shade. Crosshatching: Creating shades through a series of intersecting lines. The intersecting lines crisscross each other at various angles. The lines can be straight, scribbled or circular. Stumping: Creating shades by “smudging” the applied shade. This is done by pressing and smearing the applied graphite with your finger, a soft cloth
Théorie de la figure humaine : considérée dans ses principes, soit en repos ou en mouvement : Rubens, Peter Paul, Sir, 1577-1640 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Words play an integral role throughout the play, namely with Claudius. Words are truly his greatest weapon throughout the play. His other great weapon is poison, notably used to kill numerous characters at the end, including himself. But he also used poison to kill King Hamlet, by pouring it in his ear. Basically, both of his weapons are brought into his victims in the same way. The eye on the side could represent Hamlet, and his observation of Claudius’ guilt.