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HATCHING
Hatching involves the use of lines to build up the form of objects.
Pencil can be used, but 'pen and ink' is often used to create
renderings.

CROSS-HATCHING
This is similar to hatching except lines are added in the opposite
direction to create darker areas.
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NOTE:
The hatching
creates the
edges - that is,
there are no
outlines

although
there would
have been
outlines
lightly
pencilled at
the start and
then erased