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how to properly shade when drawing:)
your light spot in shading is where the light would be shining down on.you go dark to light
there are different ways you can shade. i like to do a circle motion so you Cant see any marks that Dont make sense
when creating a shadow coming off of a round object the shadow will also be round and go from dark to light. the closer to the object the darker. can go in any direction. if put in the front the shadow would be short
when there is an object under another it is to be shaded dark and come out light. the object in the front is a light shade
you have to capture the shading in a shirt so you can see how it is formed
knowing where to shade. if there is something with detail or overlapping or if you want to make your image more real
with shading comes contrast remember dark to light and having the same direction light spot on ever shade
showing the shadow of the trees and the mountains
when something is overlapping shade the one that is under darker. if cracks or want to look warn shading is a good technique
again if something is under it is darker it helps break up the image and show detail
the same rules apply to a color image dark to light