Hello and welcome back to the 7th video in this tutorial series on how to draw the human figure.

By the way, if you missed any of the previous videos, you can just click below to watch them now…

Lesson 1: The Figure Drawing Success Formula

Lesson 2: Drawing Human Proportions

Lesson 3: Fundamentals Of Perspective Drawing

Lesson 4: Drawing The Figure In Perspective

Lesson 5: Drawing The Manikin Figure

Lesson 6: How To Draw Human Anatomy

In the last video, we learned how to add some anatomical detail to our manikin figure to make it look realistic.

So in this video, we are going to complete the drawing you did yesterday, by adding shading to it.

The right shading technique can make or break a drawing so be sure to pay close attention in this video.

In the next clip, Michael is going to walk you through step by step how to shade your arm drawing to make it look three dimensional.

Let’s go over to the drawing table and begin…

[PLEASE REFER TO THE ABOVE VIDEO FOR STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS]

So there you have it!

Now if you don’t have some of the tools that Michael used in this video – like a brush or a blending stump – don’t worry.

q-tip to use for shading and drawingJust use a regular Q-tip to blend the graphite and it will work just fine.

The important thing is for you to practice the shading yourself.

So I really hope you’ve been enjoying this lessons series, because tomorrow’s video will be the last one.

The season finally, if you will.

In tomorrow’s video, I’m going to tell you about how you can go even deeper with me and learn more cool tricks and techniques for mastering figure drawing.

If you’ve liked the videos so far, then you definitely want to watch tomorrow’s video.

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