Materiais e Técnicas para Esfumar no Desenho Realista Charles Laveso

Hey folks? Welcome to plus our participation here in the Youtube channel! Today I want to show, in practice, on the difference of the blur, brush and toilet paper, as materials to blur the realistic drawing. Many people send me messages and have this doubt; What is the difference between each of them and where to use them? So I've recorded some thing talking about it, only I felt which was something very shallow, very superficial. So now, I've made a video, I'm performing this video here, to show This, in a more explanatory way, complex, so that you really understand and definitely; where to use what you choose one of these options so that you apply on your drawings, or use all these options. I already ask that you enjoy this video, sign up for our channel, because here, constantly, people has provided information relevant to their evolution and learning in the art of realistic drawing. Come on! Well, now, here I want it. show the main materials that I use it to blur my drawings. Here, in this case, the smudge, the silicone brush and brush with synthetic bristles. All they have the same purpose, basically, which is to blur the drawing. Only that each one produces a different result. And here, a only piece of toilet paper, only a little picadoado square that I I highlighted the roll of toilet paper and I'll show you how I double, how I use and the effect that each material produces. Well, first the blur. Besides me talking about the blur, I want show it in practice, the result that it produces, where I use it, and why I use it. So let's do some here traits to show this in practice, because he uses himself graphite, it uses graphite which You have on paper for you to spread. So here I am using B pencils, I'm going to make one spot only here, with your pencil, so you can understand exactly what he does. So this one is going to be of the blur. Here I have some finials. This one, Derwent brand. He is more thick, but it is of a very soft, so soft that it reaches crumble when you sand it to point out, because one of the things I I use sandpaper to clean the tip of it. So I use it that way, I clean it the tip of it. Actually, I'm spinning it. lying down, you see, it is not standing, but lying down so he could have a tip. So here it is. Only he gets to crumble much, because it is a material very soft, but it spreads well. In addition to spreading, it helps penetrate well into the paper, thus homogeneous. And if I pull him more, he spreads, so I can almost draw with it. He's really soft. There's a marquee here. of the paper, but disregard it, it's nothing. So, that Derwent smear is so soft. When you purchase the package, if I'm not mistaken, come 4, it's pretty soft. Another blur that I really like is that of Cretacolor. This one, I'll get a new one here. It comes in the package, 5 different thicknesses. I'll leave it at description of the video the site where you may be finding, (Paper Company) and this one is already used, it's already sanded, including, because I do not like, particularly, to use the new coating. When I buy it again, when I get it He new, I always like to sand him. And here, notice that it gets darker. Then you say, but it's because it's dirty. That is not why it is not. It is because he is more rigid and harder, when you pass it on paper, it has a different impact on paper in relation to of Derwent, which is softer. So, notice the difference, However, the result itself, in terms of porosity in the drawing, to leave homogeneous and such, is the same, has not changed at all. In particular, one of the I like to use this one from Cretacolor, because it is not so soft and when sandpaper it is also very good to sand. Now Trident's. This one from trident only comes with a number. This one is number 1, in this case. He is new and he comes with this half-rounded tip, and maybe I do not know if they pass something in him to make him more hard, so I do not I like to use it that way. Then I I prefer sanding, because sanding, too, he with a sharper tip and more soft Come on. Only he is rough, he is much rougher than the others. When he is older, when he is already most used, has more graphite impregnated in it, it is better to use, more enjoyable to use, say, but now knows that the result does not change much thing, the marks of fangs did not change much thing. Changes in tone, for cause of stiffness. So the way you use it is controlled by the weight of the hand. Here it is. of the trident. This one too of the trident, already used, already older, this I use a lot. And the brush. I, when I buy a brush of this, look, this one is new, with the original bristle, without be cut off. And this is the same brush, it is whitish here because it is already old, notice that I cut his bristle a little down half. There, to cut, I can cut with a scissors. Let me see if you can cut it here. You It's going to cut, it's taking away so much do you want. So that's basically it. This one's from brand Condor, number 2. From the brand Condor number 2, synthetic bristles or bristles natural, and also has ear ox which I recommend. Here, the brush is the next, when you pass it helps penetrate the graphite further into the paper. I I really like using the brush because he leaves a very homogeneous texture as well equal. And he is not to spread the graphite, he not so much to spread, it is more to do the graphite penetrates the paper. I will give an example, as it does not spread. For example: with the pencil I'll make a piece of skin texture for you to see. I come, in a very random way with pencil B, this is almost a simulation of skin texture that I'm doing. I will beating randomly because later is the volume and depth that will give the sensation of texture. So, for example; here, by doing this, let's say I'm drawing the texture of the skin, if I pass the blur, I undo, I deconstruct all the texture I've done, disappears, one spot remains. As not brush, with the brush I gray around, between the little dots I I did, but he does not take the pencil out and This is great, because then I can go working the depth of each detail of this, giving an appearance still of volume and depth in the texture. If you see my drawings of near, some detail that I'm doing in the videos, you will see well, this here is a simulation very close to what I do to build a texture of skin. And the toilet paper. So, I'll smash it, the brush I'll cut, and the toilet paper I double it, I double it on the diagonal thus, once; two times; three times, then I'll take that tip and double it back and rain What he does? The same as the blur, but the in smaller regions, the toilet paper, in larger regions. So, for example; with the toilet paper I I can do this here; before shading, shade and then iron the paper hygienic Then, when I play the part, I I like to fold so I can have control what I'm doing and I see What am I doing; Here, oh. Spreads well and gets a lot of texture homogeneous, very uniform, see? And in this texture, in this shade, you can work with rubber, can give you some effects with the rubber, gives you, too, with the own rubber, make a texture, You've been hitting a few dots, then with the pencil you come and do some textured on top, then spreads with the brush, so as not to undo that that you did. So you can play with these vanishing materials. And the silicone, where does it enter? The silicone, if I do something like that, I will make a shade here and, let's say, I I want light from this side, the light will be here only I want to play a texture there. I come with the silicone brush, notice how it also fades, much like the but it has a tip very thin, can I make a texture with him, with his own dirt of the graphite I got from here. So I dirty it here and I text here. I use a lot to do leather textures. I'll show you one drawing I'm doing, finishing, and in this drawing I basically used the pencil 0.5 with graphite 4B and did all the texture with this silicone brush. It is sometimes used for other handicrafts and such, but it is cool. And here, as it does not spread so well, I can use the brush, because the brush helps to penetrate more and give a more beautiful texture to work. And here in this drawing that I am doing, look, all this texture here, it was made with the 0.5 4B mechanical pencil and the I've been doing all this region here, beating him and leaving well textured. I shook the camera a little here but you can see) It's getting a bit bright, because I have not had the fixer yet, okay? 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