How to Shade with Depth in Figure Drawing
There are so many styles that you can use when figure drawing! Today I show you how to approach a drawing more atmospherically, using shading on the figure as well as in the background, and selective blending, to give the feeling that the figure is round and also going back in space.
Figure drawing photo references and tutorials available at Patreon.Com/SchoolofRealistArt
MATERIALS USED IN THIS DEMO:
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Paper: Kona Classic Toned Gray (Discontinued)
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