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January 28th, 2009 #1
Skin tone, techniches to make a true realistic skin.. HELP PLEASE!!
hey everibody! can someone teach to me something about skin tones and some techniches to do a realistic skin? thanks
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJanuary 28th, 2009 #2
Search these forums. You will find many threads with professional artists saying that there is no formula for realistic skin. I can say however that you need good colors to make good skin tones.
I would say a palette with at least white, yellow ochre, transparent oxide red, burnt umber, viridian, and lamp black would be good to have when working with skin. That is of course, for relatively " normal" lighting situations.
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