you can also go to the main layer, click "select source" go a layer up, and click "clipping group". makes things a lot easier. and you can keep adding layers up, just remember to click "clipping group" uvu
Just wow, man. I think the 'backwards' shading works a hellavu lot better overall than the other way around.
Tried this tutorial out and am ecstatic with the results! I've attempted it the 'normal' way, but I got frustrated when trying to find how the lighting would look if it were real. Taking away is much more simplistic and less hassle-y. Thank you so much for this!
Ooohhh thank you! :'D I've been looking for a way to shade that works for me, the 'normal' way that most artists do it just doesn't sit right with my hand. Maybe this'll work better for me, I've always wondered how exactly you shade anyway. 8O Thanks Sky!