For the chair project, I had to use charcoal to create the look of one of three chairs set out for the class. The assignment was to create a chair using shading, atmospheric perspective and creating depth in the piece to give it a more realistic look. For the lines that were on the blanket which lay on top the chair, darker shading was used toward the front and lighter shading in the back. This created depth and atmospheric perspective. The shading underneath the chair is the shadow. Where the chair would cast a shadow, the shading was darker. The lighter shading was to used to help eliminate an abundance of blank space. Where the lines break on the blanket is where the blanket creases; however there is no need to make lines because the breaking of the lines show that there is a crease.