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Here’s a guide to drawing a variety of different emotions, moods, and characters. UPDATE: Do you want to use this post or images? I am adding this update because I am asked about this post A LOT. Please review these guidelines before emailing me.
In the next step, I look for variations within the shadows and vary the pressure of my pencil to produce different shades for more three dimensional forms. Or I just vary the layers of hatching and cross hatching. I start to add mid-tones and light tones, too. The tonal relationship is a relative thing, just like the proportions of the spatial features of the face. I go back and forth to make the relationships work. Sometimes it takes a lot of time, but it is well worth it.