Hi everyone! I'm back from the previous Black & White Tutorial! Here's a tutorial with skin colors, almost the same concept, but a bit different. (sorry if camera quality is really bad, it was night time)
- Finished drawing
- Copic colors E00, E11, E13, R20
- White pen
Always, Always start with the darkest copic (E13), in case you don't have the blender copic (which I don't, I find it kind of useless.) This depends on where the light is coming from, which for me, its coming on the right side. Use the chisel tip for the edges, since the brush tends to spread a lot.
From then on, you can use E11, a little more, and then E00 for the slightly lightest part of the skin, and R00 to the side of the cheeks.
Hopefully your skin will look like this! If you have a dark skinned character, you can use E18 as the darkest, and then so forth use every other copic exactly how I showed here, and probably where I have it white on this picture, you might want to have E11 for the shiniest of the part of the face.
Featured Tutorials you might wanna look at!
(My black and White is here too, its a bit more detailed, this was a bit rushed since I've been very busy and I don't have internet at home, I'm doing this in class as we speak LOL)
Black and White Copic TutorialHello everyone! Hikari-chan is at your service! Here I am to show you a B&W Copic Tutorial I did for you guys to learn. Honestly, you can apply this kind of technique with any colors or even digital, because it's almost the same strategy.
Supplies To Use
Copic MarkersInking PensWhite Ink PenDrawingEraser
To Start, have a finished pencil drawing to ink.
From here on out after you have finished inking the drawing, erase the pencil markings. As you see in the next drawing, pinpoint to where you want your light source to be coming from, as in Lubomierz case, it's coming from the top. Also, when using copic markers, or color pencils, always start from darkest to lightest, it giv
Thanks for viewing! I hope this helped!