This is a tiny excerpt of a drawing lesson I recorded that shows a little bit about how I push for additional layers of shading- in my own drawings and in students’ drawings. If shading isn’t thorough, it often leaves less sense of volume or choppiness. This is shading in the traditional Bargue Plate method- that follows drawings done by French artist Charles Bargue who published lithographs in a course “Cours de dessin” between 1866-1871. You can find books of these drawings to follow the method yourself as well, I’ll link a book below in case you’re interested. Thanks for following along!
Bargue Plate Book: https://amzn.to/3HuRgex
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