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Old 08-04-2007, 05:32 AM   #1
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Intermediate Shading

Hi I thought some of you might like to follow along on doing some shading. Its not really a tutorial but I will give what feedback I can and others are welcome to do the same. The image is Michelangelo's "Head of a young woman" done in black chalk. Below are several images including a grid that will help you get the proportions just right so you can worry about shading.














 
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