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Secrets of Shading

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Steven Zapata
Here is an overview of all the materials I'll be using throughout this course.
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Jim Dasher
Hi Steven: Have you ever tried 'cordless' electric erasers! The 'set of two' I purchased, has 2 sizes of erasers you can interchange, using the provide size adapters. These erasers can be handy depending on what you're trying to accomplish. (Click on the picture to enlarge) Later, Jim Dasher Spectrum Graphics Seattle metro
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Yotas
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Hi Steven! I have a question. At what point do you recommend to take this course? Can we begin to learn light and shadow from this course or is it better to learn it from another source before?
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João Bogo
If I can give my 2 cents on the matter, I think it's a very beginner friendly course and I don't think you need to take prior courses before this one (although the more quality instruction, the better. You can jump right away. Best Regards
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Steven Zapata
Strathmore 400 Series Bristol Paper- Smooth Surface. 18x24 inches. Pentel Sharp and Rotring .5mm mechanical pencils with HB lead Palomino Blackwing Pencils Faber-Castell Polychromos Black Pencils Store-brand cheap blending stumps Kneaded Eraser (Prismacolor but any brand will do.) Pentel click erasers and Tombow Mono Zero click erasers.
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Antoine Agthe
Assuming it is not necessary to fit this toolset 100% to follow this course, can you still update your description with the references of each tool? Maybe a Amazon link, or your favorite art shop would do the job. Thanks!
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