4.3 Skin Shading: The Shadows
After learning the basics of portrait shading in the previous lesson, we’re going to employ these theories to add shading to our illustration.
- Skin tone face and hand shadow: #ebc19b / Blending Mode Multiply, Opacity 60%
- Skin tone neck shadow: #ebc19b / Blending Mode Multiply, Opacity 60%
- Jacket shadow: #f7931d / Blending Mode Multiply, Opacity 60%
1.Introduction1 lesson, 02:32
1 lesson, 02:32
2.Pre Portrait Lessons4 lessons, 14:57
4 lessons, 14:57
3.Create a Basic, Cartoon/Line Art Style Portrait8 lessons, 31:05
8 lessons, 31:05
4.Create a Basic, Color Portrait with Simple Shading8 lessons, 32:19
8 lessons, 32:19
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:59
1 lesson, 00:59
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