Tutorial how to color different skin tones with colored pencils and blending techniques using Faber-Castell polychromos.

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49 thoughts on “How to color, blend different skin tones with colored pencils | blending techniques

  1. F V says:

    Hi . Thank you so much for taking time to teach us this important skill . I wanted to start practicing but I only have 72 color Prismacolor set . I can’t seem to match the colors that you use . If you can recommend which colors I can use in my set , I would greatly appreciated it . Thank you again

  2. Manuela Penela says:

    What a wonderful tutorial: quality video, to-the-point instruction, subtitles indicating colors…
    Immediately liked and subscribed.
    A question… do you have suggestions as to which color combinations might be good for different nationalities? I know there’s wide variation, but in general, what colors might I choose for a Greek subject, African, Scandinavian, Hispanic, etc?
    Thanks so much.

  3. Zein Shion says:

    how about watercolor colored pencils?Do they work in portraits?I accidentally buy one and it's 579 pesos (almost 11 or 12 dollars) like it means so much for a student like me,like yeah I know Im stupid.

  4. Vinod Gawai says:

    Hey,, nice working you have,, i'm also drawing a picture's… But not like yours,,
    Just i want to ask you one thing,,
    Which name of your pencils that have to use for your drawing?
    Plz tell me,, It is a necessary for me!🙏🙏

  5. Sapna Tiwari says:

    Emmy your work is outstanding but you are using Faber casttle color which have every lightest and every darkest color but I don't have these so can I use any of colour I have
    I don't have colors of each shade

  6. Marianne Jensen says:

    You start with the walnut, in darkest areas of for example a face and then tone and smooth it out with the brighter ones? You have other sets/brands where it's if not the same, then matching technics?

  7. Patrick Walters says:

    Could you please list the type of erasers you are using and in what cases you use them. Wonderful video, background music helps you pay attention. I know that I ask a great deal, but if you find yourself with time to kill, the information will be put to good use. Thank you.

  8. Cody Cannon says:

    This is a huge help, I was having trouble making the blend stage look good, but after watching the entore video twice, I was able to get the blend I liked. Thank you.

  9. dragonGscales says:

    Thanks so much for your shareing on how to do this. I think I finally get it . With my slow learning at times can not stick lol . I get it more better ^_^ so from light to dark then dark to light .

    So let me know if am getting this right . Using exsamples

    Light peach to cream to brown to dark brown . Then use brown to go over the dark brown to blend . Then use cream to color over brown an dark brown to blend . Then use light peach an color the whole thing

  10. 2Beast Manga says:

    One day I hope to buy the more expensive tools but currently I have regular faber castells classics and not polychromos and only a 23 set of prismas but when i used them I ended up getting a pretty good result. This was very helpful.

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