This tutorial will share how to color fair skin with Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.
For this example the following markers are: FS9, FS4, FS2, TN1, CR2, and TN2.
The first step is to add in the shadow details with the darkest marker in the blend, FS9. The shadows will be around the sides of the face, under the hair, under the chin, on the outer edges of the neck and around her necklace.
At this point you can also draw in a nose if you’d like.
I’m coloring this as if the light source was to the right so the shadows will extend further on her left side since it farther away from the light source.
Next take the FS4 and slightly overlap the previous color to get a smooth blend.
Extend the FS2 a little further out from the shadow areas but be sure to leave some white space for the lighter colors.
Now add the FS2 just slightly overlapping where the FS4 ended and blending even further out from the shadows.
Repeat the step above with TN1, but this time extend the color over the rest of the face.
Add some blush to the cheeks with CR2.
Start at the outer edge of the face and lightly extend it over the cheek area.
Lightly blend the CR2 out with the TN1 until you are happy with the amount of blush on her cheeks.
Repeat the FS9, FS4, FS2, TN1 blend on the rest of the skin areas. You can go back in and deepen any shadow areas that have blended out too much during the first coloring.
To add the freckles I just made tiny dots on the cheeks and around the necklace with TN2.
Stay tuned for part two of this tutorial, all about coloring red hair!
Tutorial credit: Mari Kocjancic
Skin: FS9, FS4, FS2, TN1, CR2, TN2
Hair: TN7, TN6, OR1
Jewelry: GB9, GB7, GB4, Clear Sparkle Pen
Shirt: BT5, BT4, BT2
Eyes: DG2, CG1, LG2
Background: GG2, GG1, Blender Pen