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These pencil shading techniques show you how easy you can improve your pencil drawn portraits and pictures...

These pencil shading techniques show you how easy you can improve your pencil drawn portraits and pictures...


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  • 1. Shading In Graduated Tone By Christopher Sia www.PencilPortraitMastery.comWhenever you’re drawing, always put a blank and clean paper underneath your hand so that itwon’t spoil your drawings that can result to dirty artwork.The illustration below shows the sides of a 2B pencil that I use to draw for different effects.To create a base tone for a smaller area, hold the pencil in this position. Rest your hand on thepaper with this position and use the blunt side of the pencil to draw. Copyright © PencilPortraitMastery.com All Rights Reserved
  • 2. And for a larger area, hold the pencil further back in the middle so that you can have morecontrol when shading. Graduated ToneShading is a very important skill if you want to create realistic pencil portraits. Every aspect ofyour pencil portrait relies on shading. Once you’ve mastered it, then you can learn shading ingraduated tone. Copyright © PencilPortraitMastery.com All Rights Reserved
  • 3. Step1: Shade the first layer with from A to B Step2: Shade the second layer from A to B by and blend it by using a facial tissue. pressing harder.Step 3: Shade the third layer from A to B with Step 4: Shade another layer from A to B by a darker pencil. pressing harder with the darker pencilStep 5: Shade the last layer from A to B by pressing Step 6: Blend the entire area with tissue, even harder with the darker pencil. repeat all the steps and blend it again softly with the tissue. Copyright © PencilPortraitMastery.com All Rights Reserved
  • 4. Graduated tone is very important to bring an object to life, which means to give the object a 3dimensional effect. It’s one of the keys to create a realistic pencil portrait.Remember, Do not blend it with your fingers.Do You Want To Draw PencilPortraits Like A Real Master? Click Here Now. Copyright © PencilPortraitMastery.com All Rights Reserved