How to shade realistic on toned textured paper for beginners and artists

Hello mates I’m right here with my new drawing tutorial on how to do shading very realistic and how to use white charcoal pencil on toned textured paper. This is essential tutorial for artist and newbie who need to study toned paper strategies. I’m drawing actress Rashmika Mandanna. All artwork supplies used and beneficial by me: Staedtler graphite pencil box- Eraser pencil- Kneadable eraser – Electric eraser – Water coloration brush for blending- Paper stump- Cretacolor monolith 9b pencil – Faber castell pencils – Mobile stand- LED lights - Prismacolors set of 48- Strathmore Bristol clean paper 400 series- Faber Castell Polychromes coloured pencil- CANSON Mi-Teintes : Derwent pastel pencils (pack of 36) : Artist Masking tape: Toned paper: Mungyo Gallery Artists’ Soft Pastels – 48 Colors: Camlin pastels: Generals Charcoal pencil: Winsor & Newton vine charcoal- Daler Rowney Charcoal stick- Fixative to protect charcoal drawings- Mobile holder- Tripod- Follow me on instagram- My amazon web page: Music Credits: YouTube library & Mixkit:

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