they use tonal shading to help make the drawing look more 3D, plus they use this shading to contrast the bouncing of light on the sides of the figure.
i don't know the freaking answer but i think it might mean which side get the light that's coming from the top right
Light and dark shading.
to make it seem more life like and to give it dimensionif you look at one with it and one without you can tell the difference and which one is better
Tonal Shading in terms of engineering is when you add shades of white to black to differentiate between surfaces. This helps make the three dimensional illusion easier to see.
I have no fricken clue
Scribbles Pointalism Pixilation AND Cross Hatching
It can give the effect of shadow or distance. Submitted by dragonmaster694
To simulate three dimensions; to define form.
Many fashion designers use various sketch pads and paper to sketch out their fashion designs. It is helpful to have drawing tools and a variety of pencils for shading and details.
Very often she applies little or no shading.
Not really you only use out like to tatt it not the shading
which designers use a lot of applique ?
the harmon use music
Japanese is not a tonal language; rather, it has two pitches -- "high" and "low". Other and that, it does not use tones to distinguish words as in Chinese.
depending on the size i would just use a 7RS big the shading area the larger i would use the 9RS or Flat Shader
It is a color or degree of lightness or darkness in a color
Music with no tonal center is called atonal music.
In what situations would you want to have narrow tonal range versus wide tonal range?
Use a very light shading of water
A tonal drawing is a drawing that shows Value.
Shading is a verb, not a noun
Shading colors can be black, gray or the mixture of a color with gray, or by tinting and shading.