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  • #15135
     Ramenuzumaki 
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    Hey I recently started a pretty big piece that I drew for my girlfriend. We finished the outline, and I was wondering is how long should I wait before adding in the shading? :)
    I attached the piece so far below!

    http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/460253_388481484560628_129420079_o.jpg

  • #22369
     nytemareh 
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    wait until it is completely healed and then 2 weeks. so really depending on the healing 1-2 months

  • #22370
     ic3qu33n 
    Member

    I try to wait minimum til its healed like nyte said… 2 weeks is that. I prefer for them to wait a month or two before getting anything additional around the same area, that way i can see if i also need to put different weights on the lines, or touch something that might of faded

  • #22371
     ic3qu33n 
    Member

    oh and btw looks gorgeous

  • #22367
     Ramenuzumaki 
    Participant

    ok sounds good :)
    and omg thanks for the compliment :$

    EDIT:
    here is the original drawing

    http://sphotos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/23891_10152284732535251_543766928_n.jpg

  • #22368
     ic3qu33n 
    Member

    i love the leaves :)

  • #22372
     FrancoLewis 
    Member

    Wait until it is healed which is approximately takes 1-2 months,then wait additionally 2 weeks tops to do the shading. The pre-design is great! Post some photos after you’ve done it,it would be nice to see the after product!

  • #22373
     Mole_man69 
    Member

    When starting the second session can u go straight into shading or do u have to redo the outlines again

  • #22374
     falconier 
    Member

    @mole_man69 wrote:

    When starting the second session can u go straight into shading or do u have to redo the outlines again

    I dont see a reason to redo something that should be pretty solid…if you need a touch up prolly so but other then that just shade it

  • #22375
     shontelleB 
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  • #22376
     Ramenuzumaki 
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    OMG!
    guys im so sorry i forgot i posted this thread D:
    i finished this ages ago here is the finished product

    http://sphotos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/330153_395126533896123_2130549817_o.jpg

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