February 25, 2016

How to mix paint for skin tones.

How to mix paint for skin tones, the basic way. For lighter flesh use less red and for darker use blue in the shadowing.

Watch me painting a page in my visual journal, with left over paint and a loose brushstrokes

 https://youtu.be/c8cNNFFufcE

Link:
 https://youtu.be/c8cNNFFufcE


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23 comments:

  1. Lovely video Martha, thanks, will watch more later when I have more time. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  2. Thank you so much for letting me know Ayala about my link!!! I am going to watch your video now!!

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    1. You are more than welcome, I figured you'd like to know, I know I would! ;o)

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  3. Your videos are always so inspiring and also educative!

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  4. a pleasure to watch you paint!

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  5. What a great video on skin tone painting!

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  6. I love to watch and learn about art. Thanks for the vid. xo

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  7. Great video and one that will prove helpful to me. Your site and all you do is so fantastic. I am thrilled to see all these things. I cannot comment from my EAGHL site but this is the link: http://trigra.blogspot.com Meanwhile Granny Annie is my regular blog Fools Rush In.

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    1. How come you can't comment? is there a problem there or something in my blog? Let me know, and thanks for your nice comment!

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  8. Wonderful tutorial...loved it! Thanks Martha!

    Hugs Giggles

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  9. Nice video and artwork!

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  10. Hi Martha. I finally had a chance to watch you video. I love seeing how your create. You make it seem so effortless. Thank you again for 29 Faces. I can hardly with for Sept to do it again.

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  11. I am going to need to go and make a cuppa and set aside some time to watch this... I am hopeless at skin tones... can't wait for your pointers

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  12. Thanks for sharing. Very useful info.

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  13. Really lovely! beautiful! I enjoyed watching your video!

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  14. I loved this! Thank you! In watercolors, I usually use coffee and cream. Yep. But it has to be powdered cream, so there is no protein which could eventually do the artwork harm. :D

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  15. That was a Great video. Thanks for taking the time for the Show and Tell. Blessings, Janet PPF

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