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Concept of Light and Shade in drawing

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Hi, I just want to ask for any tutorials (or even better e-books or books) about the concept of lighting and shading to give your drawings form and depth. Also, things like how the shadow is actually produce depending on the direction of the light source. As long as it regards to the principle of light and shade, then please let me know. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!

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This is a good tutorial on lighting and on shadows work.

Kryat, I think KuroKage is looking for free books and tutorials. Though I do admit to having Dynamic Figure Drawing from mr.Hogarth. Good stuff there.

If I come aross anymore shading tuts i''ll drop em here.

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