SKETCHING – 3 Techniques to Fill Your Shadows

3 Techniques to Fill Your Shadows

Here is the link for the 3 GUIDED VIDEOS which I mention in the video: https://lemanoosh.com/start-here/

1) Full black
You can create contrast in your sketch by having a very strong black (with shadows) and strong white. This will add life and dynamism to your creation!

2) Pen shadow
All you need to do here is to follow the directions of your shadow. The closer you get to the product, the darker. You can use a C7 to add a layer and perfect your shadow!

3) Black Pencil
Same as before but you fill with tighter lines. Keep the directions of your pen stroke the same.


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