Second knife

Raudt89

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Hello everyone, again around here, this is my second knife for the tobacco maker, I think I have had some progress compared to the previous work, what do you think? Thanks in advance.
 

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Maybe try tapering your shade lines more so they get thicker/wider/heavier where they converge, to create a more solid black shadow. I believe that's explained pretty well in Sam's shading video, if you have that. Otherwise it's very good!
 

Raudt89

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Maybe try tapering your shade lines more so they get thicker/wider/heavier where they converge, to create a more solid black shadow. I believe that's explained pretty well in Sam's shading video, if you have that. Otherwise it's very good!
Thanks Mitch, I have Sam's video. In this work I was understanding some things about shading and one of them is what you suggest, really in person the dark areas look much darker than in the photos, I am taking the same with a mobile phone and a light box made in home, I suppose this has a lot to do with it, in person the contrasts look richer, in the photos they feel flatter. How do you say, maybe going a little deeper where the lines converge, obviously they will become wider, darker and I will have to place less of them, perhaps then the contrasts will be seen more in the photos. Thanks again, I'll keep it in mind for the next job.
 

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