This video is the fifth tutorial in a series of tutorials that cover the techniques I use for coloring light skin tones.
How to Color Skin, Part 1
How to Color Skin, Part 2
How to Color Skin, Part 3
How to Color Skin, Part 4
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1 Star: Oh man, that sucked… 5 Stars: Good God, it’s brilliant!
This is awesome. The music not so much…
To be able to do this with coloring skin is amazing.
Thank you so much.
Happy you liked the video. My dead mother wrote the music :(
Seriously, I’m happy you liked the video, and thanks for the comment :)
Best skin tutorial I have seen yet…actually using multiple colors, and describing why, is a great thing and you use something more than brown in skin which most tutorials use.
Thank you Cameron, it’s amazing how much difference adding different colors to skin tones can make in your finished drawing. I’m really glad you liked it.
Wow Beautiful!… did you draw the actual picture of the girl?… fantastic work
I did :) All the drawings you see on here are original to me, at least to this point :) Thank you for the kind compliment!
That teacher (Mr Hater) was so wrong!
Why yes, yes he was :)
Great tutorial! When you start to watching it, thinking- oh my god, how it will looks in the end!
I was Trying (tryed three times and will keep trying for sure) to apply it, but not successful. When I put some blue or green tones it became to look grey. I used copic pad as paper. What’s wrong with me?))???
Actually, Katerina, you’re being too hard on yourself! These look really nice! It’s ok if your under-colors go a bit gray, but if you want to keep them clean, save them for the last few layers instead of using them in the under-layers, that way the color tones will stay more true.
Thank you so much for sharing your talent and explaining the how and why of every color choice and stroke you made! It was extremely informative and helpful!
You’re very welcome, Frieda. I’m super glad you liked it! Thank you for the kind comment :)