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Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)

Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading), Read everything about pencil shading and its techniques.
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
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Shading Techniques


Have any of you seen closely how a violin is played? Unlike a piano where each key is a note, on a violin the notes are not visually separated, you have to know where to press on each string to produce each note. If you press the wrong place it sounds out of tune. On a piano it is easy, because when they tell you to play the Sun note, then you press that key and period. In a violin it is more difficult, at first one tends to press a little more here or beyond and does not sound good. A violinist friend used to say before practicing, "I'm going to saw the cat for a while." :)

Similarly, to shade realistically it is important to know what shadows and what darkness should go on the paper. Those are the notes of our song. It is equally important and critical to know how to paint the correct tone or value on paper. That's how to press the note correctly on the violin. We can know the note, the correct darkness, but it is equally important to know how to represent it on paper, otherwise our drawing will be "out of tune."

And this is not difficult! Like everything in the drawing, it is a matter of practice, so without further ado let's see the most used techniques to shade with our pencils.

Shading Techniques


The simplest form of shading is to make lines followed together using the tip of the pencil or tilting it to paint with the side of the mine. It is important to make all the lines in the same direction so that the result is uniform. The amount of shadow varies depending on the pressure of the pencil and the proximity between the lines.
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)


Another technique is "Cross Hatching," which is a cross hatch. You draw a series of diagonal lines and then tip the paper and draw another series of lines that cross them. You can get less or greater darkness depending on the separation you leave between the lines.
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)


Another technique is "Circular," which involves drawing a series of small circles that overlap each other. It is not necessary that the circles be perfect, just make them small enough and together. The darkness of the shadow depends on the size of the circles we draw as well as the pressure we make with the pencil. Circular technique is very useful for drawing people's skin, since the finish is irregular. For this case it is good to make the circles smoothly.
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)

Here is an example using the first shading technique:
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Finally, these three mentioned techniques can be complemented with Smoothing. Using a piece of plain paper, toilet paper, some soft cloth or a tortillon mix the graphite we paint in our drawing. The result is a uniform, soft color.
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)

Torti-what?


The tortillon is a very simple tool to build that will allow us to smooth our drawings easily.

To make our tortillon we need a blank paper. We roll it slightly diagonally so that a tip protrudes. So that it does not disassemble, we glue the end end with rubber or tape. Ready! To use it, we first paint a surface with pencil and then soften it with the tortillon.

When I want to get soft tones I paint with the pencil on another paper, I soften that with the tortillon and as the graphite is impregnated, I use that remnant in my drawing. It is as if the graphite was paint and the tortillon a brush.

An example of a tortillon finish:
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
By practicing and using these techniques you can get amazing results. This is a drawing made by a true professional and it takes a lot of hard work.

Here is another sample of the technique of Cross Hatching, this time by artist Michael May :
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)
Pencil Shading Kya Hota Hain (What Is Pencil Shading)


All values ​​are built in cross hatches that in the distance our eyes see as variations of light. Here the detail:
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