Back again with another simple Promarker tutorial, this time I'm going to show you a quick and easy way to get dark skin...
The first thing I've done is dotted some Rose Pink promarker where I think her cheeks are. There's no need to lay down a lot of colour, literally just a few dots is enough.
I have used the Cocoa promarker on the areas I imagine would be in shadow (I have visualised the light coming from the top right). I have used small light strokes to lay down the colour - there's no need to lay down a lot of ink or to be heavy-handed.
The next shade I have used is Cinnamon, and I have used light strokes to colour over the already coloured areas and then further onto the white areas of the skin. This technique blends the 2 shades, you may need to go over the area twice or more until you are happy that there are no hard lines between the 2 shades.
The last colour I have used is Tan and I have coloured over the whole of the skin areas, again repeating until I am happy with the blending.
If you want to tone the colour down a little, you can colour over the whole skin area with a lighter shade - I suggest Almond, this gives a lighter skin tone similar to a medium/dark suntan.
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