How to shade & pencil shading techniques , how to make a melting pen

How to shade & pencil shading techniques , how 
 to make a melting pen

       Fused lead is an approved technique whose aim is to fuse different grades of lead, whether to obtain a realistic drawing or for aesthetic purposes. The technique is based on smoothing the lead on the paper, erasing any distinct lines of gradients. considered one of the final methods of drawing, that is, it comes after the painter has completed the initial lines, sketched and drawn each of the shadows and light, this can be in the middle of the painting if the painting uses arranged dot drawing

       The incorporation of the lead is a step which gives the drawings a material different from the lead and deceives the eye of the recipient by giving the drawing a visual dimension with two or three sides, especially when it comes to drawing lines humans. This is why portrait painters seek to control the incorporation of lead.

Errors when merging lead:

      Most beginners make the mistake of mixing, and this is often due to a lack of knowledge or the fact that mistakes are very common among painters. In fact, in some cases the error becomes normal due to its frequent use. the entire drawing through a napkin or top, making the details of the drawing almost uniform and making the entire drawing a complete statement. With two qualities of lead contributing to the distortion of strokes and aesthetic appearance, and making things worse, many people redraw the baselines, making them more prominent and having a strong depth of color, whereas They should be the other way around.

     While professionals make mistakes related to space, unfortunately, most painters, during the smoothing process, create too much of a blending area, and in trying to correct the error, they use an eraser, which creates instead a big color difference between paper and pen. The good thing is to use a white pen to correct.

Lead Merger Tools:

The buffer or straightener pen: This is used to blend small areas or to draw a specific pattern of strokes, such as drawing hair that requires oscillating lines. It is one of the simplest tools because its use is similar to regular pens.

Cotton swabs: or cleaning pads, are considered an alternative to the scrubber and have the same properties, except that they are used on a small area and are best when used in a circular shape. They are used to draw difficult areas because their movement is slow. , like the pupil or the teeth. They are used in places with curvature.

Cotton: It is used on large areas, but without putting pressure on it, it melts slowly and is not very effective on small areas, but it is gentle on large areas, especially the contours of the face.

Paper handkerchiefs: They have the same use as cotton, knowing that the handkerchiefs must be soft. It is recommended to use baby wipes.

Soft Brushes: Makeup brushes are the next scrubbing tool because they are precise and soft, so it's best to use small heads.

        Mixing is the step that requires the most patience, precision and dedication. Mixing is often done in a circular or spiral manner, while keeping a steady hand. You can do without two tools, but it is very difficult to work with just one. Always use two. to obtain equal gradations between the elements of the design. Always try to achieve equal gradations. There are many places in your drawing that are not normal, except for the locations of basic elements, such as the eyes and nose... Make sure to clean the tools, and to clean the scrubber, we use sandpaper or file it on a rough surface.

Perform sabotage:

We use medium sized drawing paper

1- Draw a diagonal line on a rectangular sheet of paper measuring 12 by 6 cm

2 - Draw another line that passes through the center of the first line, a small distance from the corner of the paper

3- Cut along the lines to get one side as shown in the image

4 - I cut the excess triangles to be able to use the other side

5 - Roll the paper as tightly as possible starting from the short side and roll it straight

6 - Let's roll up the paper

7 - Use a toothpick to press the paper on the wrapped side until you get the tip of a pen

8- Use tape in the middle of the pen to hold it together

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