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Understanding the Art of Shading

I'm beginning to get the feeling that i need to change my name to Rebecca! There seem to be many successful artists, who also share their expertise, with that name. The last post was a link to a site by Rebecca Alzofon and this one is by Rebekah Lynn and I'll be putting up a link to a 3rd one, Rebecca Kimmel, soon.

This is a link to the tutorial on understanding the art of shading and the beautifully shaded horse above is an example of Rebekah's expertise. I agree wholeheartedly that there are 2 P's to do before getting to shade well - Pressure and Practice! I only wish I'd take the hint! Rebekah Lynn has several other tutorials too. I liked this one the best.

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  1. the shading looks perfect to me... no way to improve on that!

  2. i agree with you wholeheartedly. Rebekah has done a wonderful job of shading and the lesson that goes with it is great too. hope will have a look.

  3. I had a look at the post and realised that the post maybe confusing. I have updated it to indicate that the artwork belongs to Rebekah Lynn and is a part of her tutorial on Understanding the Art of Shading. This site is a directory of links that I've found useful and want to share with other like minded people. I appologize for the confusion.

  4. As usual the resources you point out are just so relevant and useful. Thank you so much!

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  7. Great Work!!!
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