|Date Added: October 9, 2009|
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Description: This is going to be a wicked fun tutorial for some of you all. What I will be giving you a lesson on next is a simple guide to teach you “how to shade step by step”. I do a lot of drawing tutorials and almost all of my art has some form of shading to accentuate the person, place or object that I am drawing or just drew. I get a lot of e-mails that ask me how I shade the way I do and all I can say is practice and a lot of reading from art technique books that I constantly buy once every month. I have read so many different books to teach myself how to draw, shade, color, and sketch. I have not yet perfected any of these techniques yet, though I am pretty close to being at the level I want to be when it comes to coloring. I think my coloring skills are pretty good and the more days that go by, the better I become. I am always coloring every single lesson I create and layout. That is another tutorial that I will submit in the near future because I think that everyone needs to learn "how to color the right way". What I can teach you guys from my tutorials, would take someone many days, months, hours, minutes, and seconds to achieve and learn on their own without books. I love drawing and I am very pleased to take my skills and put some use to what I love to do. This lesson will show you different types of shading techniques on three different objects. I do hope you learn something new from this lesson that will teach you “how to shade step by step”. There is nothing better than shading in a drawing the right way especially when that drawing took you a long time to finish. Well time for me to go, and it’s time for you to get shading. I will be joining you guys later with two more lessons. Peace out and happy drawing, I mean shading!