How To: Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop

Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop

Starting with a basic line drawing, this tutorial shows you how you make a project in Adobe Photoshop that looks like it was drawn with a pencil. Then the tutorial goes into how you can use a few techniques to play with the lighting in your figure for maximum effect.

(1) Part 1 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (2) Part 2 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (3) Part 3 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (4) Part 4 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (5) Part 5 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (6) Part 6 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop, (7) Part 7 of 7 - How to Use light and shadow when trying to replicate a pencil drawing in Photoshop

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