(2) Avoid a two-dimensional look and begin to add depth by drawing through.
Drawing through is drawing an object as if it were made of glass. Drawing through (fig 2-12)
allows you to see the depth and structure of the object. This method will prevent you from
drawing two objects that occupy the same space. It will also help you to understand the spatial
placement of the forms within the illustration.
Figure 2-12. Example of drawing through
Learning Event 3:
The second step of the systematic approach is proportion. Proportion is the relative size
and location of one form to another. When you draw, the size of all forms must remain