Hey! I am making an edit but I won't know how to blend in my shading

Can anyone help me? How do I blend them in? I am on Ibis Paint X.

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My favourite way is to use the blend tool to blend in small parts

But you can also go into filters and use gaussian blur which blends out everything you created on the chosen layer

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Cool cool thanks!

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Thanks! So much! This is what it looks like now! Do you know how to shade hair??

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Hey you can dm me on insta @episode_cassandra if you want me to teach you everything outline to shading and highlighting

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Ok, thanks! I will do that now!

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First one right??

Cool right now i am at work i will be back after half an hour and then I can teach you everything I hope if thats okay with you?

It is 9:11 pm for me.

But I can try and stay awake for you!

Oh but here is afternoon

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Unless my parents tell me to get off. Them I will DM you. And let you know.

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Ok

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On Wednesday? It is still Tuesday for me.

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Yes you can DM me whenever you want and I will get back to you after 30 mins

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Ok!

Which one is your Instagram?? Sorry to bother you again! @Cassandraleon365

Here are some pictures to help you with shading!!

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I don’t like making my contour lines really harsh straight away. You need to start with basic shadows (use INK or Limelight characters as reference when adding shadows), and then add lighting to the cheeks, chin, upper lip and forehead. After that, you can start contour by accentuating the cheekbones and bronzing the forehead. You can always go back and add more details if you want.

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You should also turn the opacity down a little bit! :blush:

Ok!

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