Today I’ve got the second part of my Dark Copic Skin Tones feature for you. I played with a few more simple marker combos, and also filmed the colouring process.
Before I get into the topic of skin tones, I want to say a big thank you for all of the love and support for the last video/post. I’m so glad people found it enjoyable and useful. I will continue to bring you more videos with commentary, and hopefully over time I will be a little less hesitant about it! Don’t forget to let me know if there is anything you would like to see/hear about.
If you missed my previous post in this series, you can find it here: Marker Geek Monday Dark Copic Skin Tones Part 1.
Please bear in mind that as with any marker combo suggestions, these are just that – SUGGESTIONS. The results you get will vary, and depend on the amount of ink you lay down with each colour, the order you use the markers in, and the tone of the paper you use. Use any marker combos as a jumping off point for your own experimentation!
Dark Skin Tones Copic Colouring Video:
Watch me colour little Bess in the video below or in HD over on YouTube. I chat a little in the video about what I am doing and also about colouring skin in general. I have also included the footage of me colouring the rest of the image (sped up).
The combination of markers I used to colour Bess are the second shown on the chart below – V28, E27,E29.
Readers in the UK/Europe: You can also find Stamping Bella stamps at Dies to Die For here in the UK.
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