Varying the thickness of your line can improve your art in several ways. It’s an incredibly powerful tool at your disposal. Using thicker and thinner lines can have three different effects.
Heavier lines indicate shading. Letting your lines get heavy in areas that are further from the light source in the illustration (and thinner are they’re closer to the light) can add instant three-dimensionality to your drawing.
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