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Old 08-20-2004, 12:54 AM   #7
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Originally posted by RevRuby:
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Originally posted by Spirits forever:
well i can see a few things, the shading is alittle too rough, imo, and then the baby is too light, and well arounf the mouth of the right figure, the hard line made it look old.. as if it were wrinkles..do you get what i mean?
but then again..i'm not too big on drawing real ppl [img]tongue.gif[/img]

overall it's pretty good
shading is hard with a mechanical pencil. hard to find a real one that isn't color around here. i do much better with art pencils, but i don't have the moneyf or them. of course i did do the whole thing in less than an hour. i'm gonna play with it a bit, but for the most part i am pleased. altho lyn's face isn't as chubby as irl in the drawing. [/QUOTE]For lead shading, you can buy one of those thick 'all lead' pencils. Its as thick as a normal pencil, but with no wood. and coated with a plastic coating.

For shading also, draw some lines where you want shading, then use your finger to shade, or roll up some paper and make a tight tip, and rub it over the lead.

Loads of tricks to this. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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