Hello, Friends, Everyone is welcome in today’s blog post. In this blog post, I have presented a huge drawing to you. In this post, I will tell you how to do shade in the eye. And I would hope that this topic will look great to you.
Friends, you have given a video tutorial of this drawing to you so that you can do this shading(How to shade) better by looking at the video. In this drawing, you will need some material which will tell you below. Friends, if you want to know how to shedding in this way, then you must read this article from beginning to end.
How to Shade in Eye
Materials: Faber Castell 4B, 6B, 8B pencil, CretaColor black pencil, Eraser Pencil perfection & Bristol smooth paper.
So friends need all these materials to make this drawing(How to shade) easier. Before you can see the video tutorial of this drawing, you must read some of my given points so that you can make this drawing without any interruption. To make this drawing, first of all, you have to start with the eye lens. First of all, you have to draw a lens, its shape is to use the 2B pencil to draw us. After making the shape of the lens, you have to draw a small circle in the middle, in which you have to do dark shading with an 8B pencil.
After that, you have to do dark shading in a circular shape(How to shade) on the side of the lens. You can see the video to draw the lens if you do not understand the article. After that, you have to draw Spinach of eyes, Friends, I will tell you all that.
Below this, you have given a video tutorial, let’s see the videos so that you can remove the relatable problem or confection from this drawing.
Watch in the Following video
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