You're still trying to outline the breasts, but it's an improvement Don't make crescent shapes like yours, only start the shadows from where her nipples begin. Yours are going into a loop, and then turn away from each other, if you ended it right below where they separated, it would look a lot better already. See what I mean:Viniciuskk wrote:Ugh, I can't get it right -- I tried two styles, a regular shading (like the blue shirt example of yours) and the "︵ ︵" shades.... Neither looked good
The lighter shading just below the nipples look alright, but the darker... Ugh.
Also, it would work out a lot better if you shifted her chest a bit away from the viewer, right now it's kind of awkwardly placed. It's better to do the inverted camel shapes for your perspective.
Here, I red-lined it, and redrew the dress to show you where the shadows would go.
If this is troubling you so much, how about checking out some dress-up games? This one for example, just study the style and how the shadows form the breasts in a very simple style.