Mike Sibley   Comment Posted Nov.22nd, 2012, viewed 72 times

The indents are good but where you've shaded directly across them they've broken down a little - see the curves on the lower left example. Try shading obliquely across them for best results. That stops the point (which should be a flat face) dropping into the grooves, and it's particularly important if you are shading heavily to create a strong dark or black.

<< I bought a set of embossing tools, absolutely brilliant, good as I have problems gripping, rubberised grips, 6 different sizes, and this is the result >>
The embossing tools seem to very much in favour at present, although I haven't tried one yet. And you must find the grips very useful

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SueRowbotham Nov.22nd, 2012
Image added to Drawing from Line to Life: DG104:5 Indenting:

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