Thank you for watching this short course, and I hope you have learned enough to help you enhance your artworks. Look out for the second part of this course where we will get a lot more practical by creating a project using our new-found knowledge of light and shadow.
Hello everybody, Kirk Nelson here once again. Thank you for watching this course. I hope this course has inspired you to look at light and shadow a little differently than you did before. I hope this has given you the knowledge of how shadows work and you find yourself studying their interactions in the real world. It's amazing what you can notice when you look closely at something you hardly even noticed before. This course is just part one, where we deal mostly in theory and concepts of how shadows work. If you find this has expanded your skills and knowledge, I encourage you to take a look into part two. In that course, we take these concepts and apply them to real-world projects, and discuss how to make them work together. If you think you've been doing shadows all wrong before, you definitely want to take that course and see how to kick them up a notch. My goal in this course is the same with all my courses, to inspire you to learn and grow as a digital artist. I hope that you've come out of this course with some new skills, some techniques, or some concepts that you didn't have before. And so if you've grown in even a small way, then you should consider this a success, I know I do. And with that, this is Kirk Nelson, signing off.