Once you complete the drawing on the tracing paper to accurate proportion you will begin the transfer process. First, grab an unblemished piece of mixed media paper. Second, place your tracing paper on top of your mixed media. Third, place your graphite paper in between the two piece of paper and lightly trace over your drawing.
After you finish all of your tracing you will begin your shading onto your mixed media paper. To create a clean and effortless look to your drawing you should use the small circles method (I do not think that is the official name, but you will understand in one moment). Start from your darkest value to make your rage wider. Begin lightly shading in a small circular motion all across your drawing until it looks just like your picture (This is a lot easier said than done). I like to use a 2B pencil as my mid-tone and go up and down from there.
Flapping sounds very funny, but it is very crucial to save your graphite from rubbing off everywhere. I am going to add a video that my Drawing 1 professor made to explain flapping. (The flapping begins after the first eleven minutes.)
SHOW people your work
My friend with my finished drawing of her.