light as well as sticking

Dear fellows
it might be better to validate the fine tuning of the sticking by the use of adequate competencies after analyzing the light; We may also notice that, you should look at this piece of information
1. Using line drawing to organise the position, shape and proportion of the features. This movement builds a strong visual link between the head and shoulders. Such an approach was used to build our pencil portrait above. However, when you draw a portrait from life, a more accurate approach to drawing is needed. You begin a portrait with the eyes as they are the main focal point. The size and position of the other features are directly related to the scale and placement of the eyes. Note that these measurements should be similar. Note that these measurements should be similar. At this stage, the drawing is no more than a set of carefully measured features that establish the final proportions of the portrait. 3. Using larger areas of tone to unite all the elements of the portrait. Note that these measurements should be similar. At this stage, the drawing is no more than a set of carefully measured features that establish the final proportions of the portrait. They are also a good reference if you feel that you are making major errors in your portraits. 1. Using line drawing to organise the position, shape and proportion of the features. ; how did you proceed with the light remote monitoring or the sticking flow control?
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