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3932525 No.3932525 [Reply] [Original]

do any of you guys know where i can find a tutorial on shading holes, dents, recesses, corners, etc.? all i can find are videos of people drawing shitty optical illusions.

>> No.3932596

>>3932525
Scott Robertson and your brain.

>> No.3932674

You're basically asking for basic drawing fundamentals
Read some goddamn Loomis, it's the basics

>> No.3932697

>>3932525
1. what?
2. shading? pls say rendering
3. Why shade holes? for what purpose? just a hole in the ground?
4. Just look at pictures of holes, draw holes.
5. again, what?

>> No.3932717

>>3932697
>>3932674
I just started drawing not too long ago. im reading fun with a pencil now. im able to shade anything else, but shading any sort recess confuses me.

if someone could just give me a quick explanation, i would really appreciate it.

>> No.3932730

>>3932717
well cant you just shade it as a tube with a cast shadow on top. most of drawing is just finding simpler shapes to replace them, then render then simple shapes, then put the small details on top.

>> No.3932737

>>3932717
Read Successful Drawing, not Fun With A Pencil.
Fun With A Pencil is literally a children's book whose aim is just to have people pick up a pencil and become familiar with making marks on paper to begin with.

>> No.3932891

>>3932697
Just draw lines imaginine where the light would hit and what ewould be abstructed.
It's the most basic of fundies.

>> No.3933056

>>3932525
if you're asking such a retarded question, as if you're treating holes as some sort of completely separate thing you need to learn how to render compared to other shapes, then you need to go back to school

>> No.3933071

Holes, fur, skin, glass, metal it's all the same.

You just need to learn/practice from photos/life and imagine how light jumps around, how colors are relative (example: green can be cool and warm depending on the color next to it) and how much different surfaces tolerate the impact of light. It's so much easier to paint ANYTHING once you grasp these concepts.

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