I have more tutorials in my Tutorials gallery folder! [link]
well blow me down, there's a shading category, Hyuk Hyuk...
Anyways, after watching millions of video tutorials on colouring with copics, 99.99999% of them are "how to colour skin", but they all show the same way.
I wanted to show you that with a little effort, you can have more interesting, or dynamic skin colouring. I didn't go deep into adding tons of colours and multiple light sources, but we gotta start somewhere right?
Next I might do different types of skin tones... or something. Send me some suggestions if you like... on my blog... [link]
I used Copic markers for this, but this would apply to any medium really...
Anyways, Whatever... I hope this is useful or something...
And as a side note: I don't mean the nose thing to be terribly offensive, only a wee bit. Enough to make you THINK about style choices before doing them, Okay?
If it upsets you, toughen up your hide a little, then keep doing what you do.
- a great pile of blogs about lighting[link]
- my own marker blog (FOLLOW FOLLOW!!!!!!
- my livestream where I often (weekly usually) stream my artistic endeavours live for all the chat with me. It's usually markers, but sometimes animation, and usually mondays.[link]
- my sketch blog where I post sketches, works in progress and art journey information (folllowwww!!
- my youtube
By the way, The character is Demi from my WIP Comic #Conflagration-Film
It's not Anime or Manga, but maybe you'll like it anyways? ;3;
I did a tutorial on Darker skin tones on my blog. Check 'er out [link]