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How to Sketch & Draw Cartoon Character with Colored Pencil

teacher avatar Amelie Braun, Artist & Cartoonist

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Lessons in This Class

47 Lessons (12h 3m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:03
    • 2. Tools Needed

      6:52
    • 3. Primary and Secondary Colors

      19:28
    • 4. Complementary Colors and How to Coloring

      19:17
    • 5. Color Cycle

      21:46
    • 6. Complete the color cycle

      9:26
    • 7. Make Two Skin Colors

      16:47
    • 8. Make Three Skin Colors

      17:29
    • 9. Make A dark Skin Color

      7:36
    • 10. Make Skin Color on the Face

      19:45
    • 11. Complete facial skin coloring

      21:51
    • 12. How to Make Color Tonality

      14:54
    • 13. Cold and Warm Colors

      8:34
    • 14. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Boy Character

      12:27
    • 15. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Boy Character

      6:00
    • 16. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Boy Character

      2:11
    • 17. Hair Coloring Of the Boy Character

      19:55
    • 18. Continue Hair Coloring Of the Boy Character

      19:43
    • 19. Start Skin and Eyebrow Coloring Of the Boy Character

      19:54
    • 20. Coloring Eyes, Nose and Skin Of the Boy Character

      21:19
    • 21. Coloring Mouth, Ear, Neck and Clothes Of the Boy Character

      21:41
    • 22. Coloring Clothes and Hands Of the Boy Character

      24:16
    • 23. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      11:23
    • 24. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      7:36
    • 25. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      3:01
    • 26. Hair Coloring Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      22:27
    • 27. Primary Skin Coloring Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      21:22
    • 28. Coloring Eyebrows, Eyes and Nose Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      19:51
    • 29. Coloring Nose, Lips and Skin Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      19:20
    • 30. Continue Coloring Hair and Neck Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      20:31
    • 31. Clothing Coloring and Final Details Of the Golden Haired Girl Character

      22:48
    • 32. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      10:06
    • 33. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      4:10
    • 34. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      2:47
    • 35. Hair Coloring Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      20:55
    • 36. Continue Hair and Coloring Eyebrow, Eyes and Skin Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      20:34
    • 37. Coloring Nose, Lips, Ears, Hands, Feet and Clothes Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      22:45
    • 38. Coloring Clothes and Shorts Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      20:44
    • 39. Continue Eye Coloring and Final Details Of the Long Haired Girl Character

      16:07
    • 40. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Boy with Glasses Character

      10:47
    • 41. Draw the Eyes, Eyebrows and Glasses of the Boy Character

      9:07
    • 42. Draw the Nose and Lips of the Boy Character

      2:12
    • 43. Hair Coloring of the Boy Character

      20:05
    • 44. Coloring Skin, Ear, Eyebrows, Nose and Glasses

      21:37
    • 45. Coloring Lips, Eyes, Face, Hands and T-shirt

      19:34
    • 46. Coloring Shorts, Legs, Socks and Shoes of the Boy Character

      19:56
    • 47. Complete shoe coloring and final details of the Boy Character

      19:53
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About This Class

If you decide to become a professional character designer or illustrator, and you can easily design different human characters.

This course is for you.

I have seen people who often decide to paint an interesting idea of ​​a person but do not have the ability to transfer the idea to paper. In the character design course, we give everyone the ability to create the works they have in mind.

In this course, these topics are taught.

In the first section, the required tools are introduced

In the second section, the basic principles of color are taught.

You will learn the main colors and secondary colors, and then you will learn the complementary colors and the different coloring methods, and then you will become fully acquainted with the color cycle by making the color.

In the third section, the training of making different skin colors from the lightest color to the darkest color is included and then, as an example, a skin color is worked on the face.

In the following, I will make the color tonality and explain it with cold and warm colors.

In the fourth section, drawing and coloring a boy character is taught

In the fifth section, the design and coloring of the golden-haired girl character is taught.

In the sixth section, drawing and coloring the character of a long-haired girl is taught.

In the section 7, drawing and coloring the character of the boy with glasses is taught. I hope this course will guide and help you to become a professional character designer.

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for those who work in the field of animation, animators, Character designer, Cartoonists, Those who work in video advertising, Those who work as computer game characters, Those who work as illustrate children's books.

What will students learn in your course?

At the end of the course, the student is expected to be able to create  different colors, Identify different colors, Character design and drawing with the method taught in the course, Ability to coloring characters

What are the requirements or prerequisites for taking your course?

Students must have completed the introductory illustration course and at least a few months of drawing and be ready to use colored pencils, B & B2 Pencil, Pencil eraser, Etude pencil and tips, Color pencil 24 colors at least, Brush, Pencil sharpener, Fader, Paper and cardboard.

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Amelie Braun

Artist & Cartoonist

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Hello, I'm Amelie.

I started drawing and drawing with a pencil when I was sixteen. At first, I participated in pencil drawing classes. After passing these classes, I realized that I am interested in character design and animation. And I participated in character design classes professionally. My university education is also in the field of animation. At the age of twenty-four, I started teaching character drawing with a pencil. So far, more than 3,000 students have attended my in-class classes and more than 10,000 have attended my online classes.

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1. Introduction: Hello guys, and welcome to the cartoon character drawing course with colored pencils. We have often wanted to draw a picture of a character we have in mind on paper. But because we do not know the principles of character designing, we have not been successful at this issue. In this character drawing course, you will learn how to draw the image of the character you have in mind on paper, and then make it better and more attractive using colored pencils. In this course, you will first get acquainted with required tools. Then you'll learn domain and secondary colors, the color cycle. After that, you learn different color tones from the lightest colors to the darkest colors. Then you will learn to make different dark and light skin tone colors. Finally, in this course, I will teach you how to draw and color famous cartoon characters. First, a primary sketches are drawn with a black pencil. And then you will be taught how to paint a character with a colored pencil in an attractive way. I hope this course will guide and help you to become a professional character designer. Good luck everyone. 2. Tools Needed: Hello to all of my dear friends. We are here with the colored pencil course for you and there are some tools that we need during discourse. Then I'm going to tell you first, so all we did a simple pencil for creating our primary design and sketch. Although you can also use one of your colored pencils like this, which is kind of the color of the skin, can also start your work with that too. But it's better to use your B pencil in order to beginning your sketch. And then you can lighten the sketch with your eraser and then you can move on to color your sketch. Therefore, we definitely need the B pencil and eraser. All right? And after that, we would need some edge eraser in order to erase the parts which are more elegant and and a small areas. We also need a simple eraser, which can be used in parts that we want to cover more areas. And another thing that you should use you can use instead of eraser is actually the white color. The white color is suitable for parts which you have less color. And you want to erase that color. You can use your white color on it over them, actually. And you can also use etiquette for creating your primary sketch. If you want your sketch to be very fine and elegant, you can do that. And then we also need a fader. Because when we are working on our colors, we can actually combine all the colors together in parts that are needed. And we have a blended, cohesive color at the end. So that's the use of our fader. And the fader can have different sizes depending on the work that you're doing. And then we also need a sharpener in order to sharpen our colored pencils or our simple pencil. And then I also have a brush in order to, whenever I want, I want to blend my colors. I'm wherever I want to mix my colors, make them more cohesive. I can use my brush to do that. Or even if I want to get the extra eraser of my work, I can use my brush to just brushed her way. You can use any different type of brushes. Yet it's better to be a flat tip brush so you can work with it more easily. And you can also use a cutter for sharpening your colored pencils in some parts. So it might need it in some steps. And any kind of cutter will do it for you. Okay, then next tool that I personally use is sending. Therefore, we can clean our fader with it. And if you want to sharpen the tip of your colored pencil, you can also drag it on the sending and just do it. Okay? So this was about the tools that you could have. And now we'll move on to the main things. To the main tools, which are colored pencils, can just get any kind of colored pencils that you want. But you should be careful that a brand that you are preparing for yourself, it should be soft and you should be sure that you can get the work that you want. I'm using Faber Castell pencils. Therefore, there are other brands that you can use for your own. And you can get them into any four colors, 36 scholars, or any number that you like. As more colors as you have in your collection. Definitely your work would be easier and maybe better sometimes, because there is no need to combine the colors in some parts to get a new color. And for the paper, I'm using A4 paper. But you can also get a three-page paper depending on the size of your work. You can also work on the cardboards. If you want to. You know, present your work br professionally. You can use cardboard and create your sketching on it. And you should get a board underneath your paper in order to fix your work. Fix your paper. So you can sketch and color it way more easily. And you can also use some paper tapes. So it would be easier for you. So these are all the tools that we need. And we can start now. 3. Primary and Secondary Colors: Hello to all of my dear friends again, we are here with the first session of this course, colored pencil course. Okay? We are going to start our work with the tutorial of colors and a combination of them. At first, we are going to create a circle. We are going to create our circle waves are B pencil. So we will have almost a perfect circle. And then after that, I will divide my circle into three parts. If you can try to divided in three equal parts. Just like I'm doing right now. So with deadlines that we create, we can divide our circle into three equal parts. Now after that, I will lighten this circle with my eraser. Because when I want to color it, I don't want my colors to be Missy. And what are we going to do that? Because as I said before, I don't want my pencils colored to go inside of my other colors. I'll start with my red color. Red color that I'm using right now is 320 one in this brand that I'm using. So I will start by work with creating my color. Okay? So I'm going to color one part of this circle in red. So I will apply my red coloring here very easily. And I am actually feeling one part of my circle. If I want to explain the main colors to you at the same time as I'm feeling this area. The explanation would be this dot. Colors are actually the colors that a weed. Combining them together, you can get your secondary colors. Domain colors are red, yellow, and blue. Why these three colors? Because all the other colors are the combination of these three colors. And we cannot get these three colors with the combination of any other colors. So they would be our main colors. And then the point is that we can easily create other colors with these three. Therefore, they would be our main colors. When we're having these three colors, you can create so many other colors and combine them together. Now we'll move on to the other part of our circle and we will color it with our yellow color, which is a 307 for me here. I will tell you the number of my colors because we have lots of colors. And because I don't want you to miss any of them, I will explain it to you. So wherever we want to work, I'll tell you the number of colors, so you should pay attention to that as well. And another thing that you should pay attention to is that when you are working with your colors, especially when you're working with light colors, you should be sure that your primary sketch a shit is actually lighten before. Because if that's not going to happen, if my early in your work, then we'll move to other color, which is blue. And it's 350 1. This is our last main color here, which is blue. Later on, I will tell you about different techniques of coloring and you'll get to know them. But right now, our goal is just to complete our call our circle. This is actually the first step for us to start coloring technique. The first step is that we would learn the first three main colors because they are so useful and practical for us during our course. In this way, you would also know how you can use any kind of colors. And for creating our character, we can use what colors, in which way. Okay, this is our color circle, which includes our three main colors. Now, you would want to move on to the secondary colors. Secondary colors are actually exist from the combination of these three. How is that possible? It's that, for example, we apply our red color at first. In this way. I will just create my colors with hatching in order to give it more speed. And then in this next part, I will add my yellow color. As you can see, we have the color red and the color yellow. And the combination of these two colors can make what color for us? They can make the orange color for us. I'm using the color 316 for my orange color. So with the combination of red and yellow, we will get orange color. In this way, we are creating this circle of secondary colors together. All right, this is our orange, which is the result of combining red and yellow together. Now we would combine the red and blue with a little bit of distance from our right color, we would create our blue colors so we can create a combination in-between them. Okay, So this is my blue. And I'm going to create color which is a combination of blue and red. So I'm going to use my color 375, which is a purple. And I'm going to create this secondary color as a result of red and blue together. You should consider that this is a circle of our secondary colors. And as it's getting more completed, now we are going to combine the yellow and blue together. That gives us the color green. So I would choose my green and I will add it in between them. I'm choosing the color 363 as my green color. Just this part of our pi r circle is a little bit bigger comparing to the others because first if created the other ones, but it doesn't really matter. The size of them, doesn't really matter. What is important for us here is the color actually. I'm going to extend my yellow color to give it a better color like this. Okay. Now these are our secondary colors that we've created here. Now, I should tell you 1 to you about that. We said we are going to combine these colors. To get these colors. I've used different pins cells actually to create a combination result. But if you want to, you can actually and literally combine these two colors together. So you can see the result is exactly the same. For example, I create a small circle of red color here and then I will create my, I apply my yellow color on top of it. And if you pay attention, you can see our orange color popping out like this, for example, and can bring even another layer of Jared's color on top of it to get to orange dot you really want as a result. Okay? Now we'll use this technique on our red and blue color. So I'll create another circle in this shape. And then again, I will fill it with my red color. So all the colors that we've created on the left side in this circle. We can literally have them in this site. Now I'm going to use my column 350 one as my blue on top of my red. And I'll combine them together to get my purple color. As you can see, it's Literally giving us the color purple. So as you can see, we are getting our purple color and it's almost being shaped with this combination of my red and blue, I can add more layers of color if I wanted to be a darker purple. You see as much as I add to my colors, it will get darker and darker. So that totally depends on you. All right. Now we want to create our last combination, which is the yellow and the blue. Right? Now, I'm going to create my yellow color. And then after that, I would add my blue to it. On top of it actually. Sounds we can get our green color so easily. All right. So as well as you can see, we are creating our colors literally with combining our main colors. So this would be our green color. And again, I say as much as you combine these two colors together, you'll get darker colors and can also get more clear colors. These were the combinations of our three main colors and the result as our secondary colors. 4. Complementary Colors and How to Coloring: Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our tutorial on coloring technique, which was color circle and our main colors. We want to extend it a bit more. We're going to create a triangle this time. And then we're going to create a smaller triangle inside of the other one. And then from each side of our triangle will go up. And we create even another triangle. And we would do the same from both sides of here. And on all three sides. Also in here, will create even another triangle. And this triangle is not completely straight, but no worries, because right now we don't want to pay attention to that. Our goal is our colors. Now, after I created a primary sketch and shape, I'm going to lighten my lines To leave a trace from them enough to not lose the places that I've created. Now, I would apply my colors here. For this upper triangle. First of all, I will apply my reds color 321. Now together we want to see which colors are the opposite and which colors are the complementary. How we can create them, and how we can know them. I know where and when to use them. So we want to show the opposite colors and complimentary colors. Now I would apply my yellow coloring here. And then I would apply my blue color on my third side of the triangle and the third corner of my triangle. Now, in the left parts, would apply my secondary colors, which are the result of the combination of our two main colors on the two corners that are connected to each other here. But this sign, we are not going to focus on our secondary colors. And did goal here is to create the complimentary colors here. Then I would create my green color between my yellow and blue. To create my orange color in between the last two corners. And now we are going to see what are our complimentary colors, as you can see here now in this triangle that we are created, day yellow color is exactly across from the purple color. Therefore, the yellow and the purple are the complimentary colors for each other. The blue color is across from the orange colors. So these two are completes our complimentary colors from each other. And also our red color is in front of and across from our green color. So these two are also complimentary colors. And the other thing that I should tell you about is that to complimentary colors are actually the colors that when they get applied next to each other, these colors will actually intensify the, intensify each other. So if you place yellow next to purple, these two would intensify each other and they will catch your attention so quickly. That's why they say these two are complimentary because they had a very, very strong contrast. And at the same time it will increase the attractiveness of these colors next to each other. So they've created, we've created this triangle and it's better for us to memorize this triangle. So you can keep this complimentary colors completely in your head and in your mind. So again, we'll review the create domain colors on each corner of the triangle, and we'll create the secondary colors in-between the two corners of the main colors. And at last, and colors that are placed across from each other are actually making our complimentary colors. So this is our complimentary color triangle. Now, I would explain it. Technique of coloring for you. As you can see, we can color our work with different techniques. So I'll explain it here for you. That how can we actually color our objects? The first technique is that we use hatches and shadings and we apply our color from the top to the bottom, exactly as I'm doing right now. The color would come from the top to the bottom. Now in my next frame, I will teach you the second technique. Now this time we will create our hatches and shadings horizontally. As you can see, I'm moving my pencil from side-to-side. This is another technique of painting and coloring. In fact, these are the techniques of placing their colors. K. Also in the next frame. I'll tell you the next technique. This time, I start from the left side with hatching and I move forward. And as you can see, completely fill my frames. Once vertically. Then after I've done that, I will create my hatches in the opposite direction on top of it. So for the second time, I will call her my frame an object vertically. This is actually the combination of my first, second technique. Now in the next one, which would be our fourth technique, I will color my area circularity. I'm actually placing small circles, very small circles right next to each other. And I'll move forward. The movement of my hand is literally circularity. We would have very small circles. In this way. I'll continue my work until this technique will also feel my frame here. I'm using circles so close to each other. And we are going to create our work this way. And if so, where would be left empty and uncolored? We will create more circles in that area. And we would also feel that part in this way. So this was another technique for our coloring. I'm going to tell you, and another technique probably is the last one. So again, we create our rectangle, our frame, and then we create our hatches, corner ways. And we will fail our rectangle. Well, depend on the place that you want to apply your color on. And depending on the technique that you're more comfortable with, you can continue your work and color your area. Even another thing that you can do is that you will actually combine different techniques together. For example, you'll combine the first one and the fifth one together. For example, Your create one layer of color vertically in this way. And then you add another layer of color on top of it into fifth technique, corner ways. And actually creating these things so fast because I'm just going to teach you, This is a tutorial video, but a few are doing to a, you're going to do that at home. You should spend more time on it and you should be so precise, should not get out of the lines and you should create cleaner colorings here. If mine is a bit messy, it's because I'm increasing my speed in order to teach you more. So with combining these two techniques, I'll get my last technique. You can do these with any of these techniques that I've told you. You can try all of them. So you'd know which one you choose the best and how which one is more comfortable with you, and which one of them do you like to have as your texture? And obviously, I said before, it also depends on the place that you're applying your color on. And I'm going to create another technique for you. So for example, you can use this type of technique and this circularity one. You can combine these two together. And the texture of your work would be different from each technique. I mean, by the choice of your technique of coloring, your Takes sure that will be created, will definitely be different. You see? Each one of them will create a different texture for you. That's why I'm telling you that you can use different techniques of coloring in different situations based on your work. But if you want to, you can even use any simpler techniques that you want. And if you want your work to be more cohesive and you don't want to give any special textures to it. You can also use your fader. On top of all your coloring. You can drag your fader on your work. And it will eliminate all the textures from your work. And it will actually create a cohesive surface for you, as you can see right here. So if you go over your colors, we'd, your fader is we'll eliminate the textures in your work. It gives you a smooth and cohesive surface. These are the techniques that you can call our width. 5. Color Cycle: Hello, my dear friends. We are here again with another tutorial session. In this session, we're going to talk about the color cycle and see how does it work. Let me start with this color cycle and then we'll talk about it together. All right? First though all we create a triangle because the shape that we are creating would not be this ordered. So first of all, I'm using my pencil, my black pencil, my B pencil, to create this triangle for the foundation. And this triangle is for our three main colors, which are red, blue, and yellow. We would have the yellow at the top, and blue and red would be on the sides. And then we'll create another triangle at each side of our triangle for our secondary colors. So we create three more triangles to have our secondary colors, which would be created from combining two more little triangles. And then I come over here and I create a circle all around my triangles. Okay? Just like this. We can do this for practicing the colors in the color cycle. You can repeat this work as much as you need it until you completely learn how to do it and how to use it. And how you can combine the colors together. And what colors can be made from them. Right? Now, what are we going to do? We are going to work on the point of the triangles and we will bring them outside with two lines coming out, which would look like this. All right? So we've created our main triangles are secondary triangles. And then we've created two lines between them to separate them. So I would have one color for each of our sites. Now I will come into account. These colors that we've created should be 12, which they are. Okay. Now with this, we just complete this shape and then later we will lighten it because we want to color it. And if we have this black too much in our primary sketch, it would actually be messy. Colors would not be as clear as we want them to. Okay, so try not to erase them. Just drag your eraser on it enough to lighten your lights. You should see them to create your colors in the correct place. Now, I want to start first. I use my yellow color to start my work. And what's important for us is that we learn the colors, the order of them, and the combination of them. Therefore, when we want to create our whole sketch, you won't have the problem of understanding and recognizing the colors. That's why I can say, this is the most important thing that you should do in order to have great clear colors. And you can just do your work and presented in the best way. And if you didn't want to create your primary sketch, you can eliminate data stage and move on to coloring right from the beginning. But I think it's better for you to have your primary schedule of this color cycle in order to know where you're putting these colors. Alright, now I'll move on to the next color, which is red. So I colored this sign on my triangle. And complimentary colors and secondary colors. We can get a combination of these colors that we are creating right now. Or we can use the colors that already exist. And we don't just combine all these colors together. Depends on your colored pencil collection. Yet, we are going to still show the color cycle for you because some parts have to create the colors ourselves. And we have to teach you how you can do this. So we don't do this in all parts because creating the colors would actually get so much time for you. And the most important thing that you should do is to learn the color combinations. And you just do it only in necessary times. And you can do it well, only by practicing a lot and getting the colors. Because you can only get this ride with practicing. And if you read some mulch or validate or just watch me doing it, it would not have the effect. You should create them actually, you should practice them. So now we've created our three main colors. Now we are going to create this secondary colors. Now for creating the secondary colors, we are going to combine two of our colors to get our secondary ones. So for the combination of yellow and orange, I would, sorry, yellow and red, I would create my orange color. Now I'm using my 314 color for my secondary color. And I've told you about the number of the main colors in previous videos and clips. Yet, I still tell you the numbers, so you would just learn them better. As more time as you spend on your coloring. These would look way more amazing. Dude, look much more better. But generally, you should consider the coloring and practice it definitely. Because why you, you're creating your original work. You might face some problems. This is step might seem some so ridiculous or boring for people who are starting to coloring and painting. But when you work on your original work and when you start creating goals, sketch and start to coloring it, you would then understand how important it says. Next one is our green color, which is a combination of blue and yellow. I'm using the color 363. Further scholar. And as you can see, you can use waves that are common for coloring that I've told you before. And this color cycle. You can both have the experience of get different colors. And also you can get the experience of different ways of coloring. Is this way you can understand in what is style, your word look better and more attractive. Okay, So this is my green color. And then we move on to the last side of the secondary colors, which is a combination of blue and red. And it makes purple for us. Okay. I'm using color 337 for my purple color. And a near colored pencils. As much as a number of your colored pencils are more. These would just get closer together. So if you have a lot of variety of colored pencils, you can use a further color or closer color because they would look so similar together. And there will be any problem for your work? I'm just telling you right now. I'm just telling you the number of the colors right now. Just in order to show you that I'm creating different colors and you would know what color I'm using. So do not create so much limitations for yourself. Tried to go easier and more free. Okay, This is purple. Now what are we gonna do? This part is one of the most important part of the work. Why? Because we create our colors and the most closest way that we can. What do you mean? I mean, that we get this color that we have here, which is yellow. And we bring it in this area that we've separated. In this way, we create yellow color for this area. And then for the parts next to it, we'll move forward from this color to our next color. I mean, I'm going to use 309 color, which is kind of orange for this area. Get a brighter and lighter orange. You can even create a smaller or bigger color cycles. But you should definitely pay attention that you should learn the colors in the cycle. This was my second color. And for my next color, I'm going to add my orange color. And have you pay attention to. Here. You can see color of the pencil that we've used is much more clear right now. That's why I told you to create your work. You're actually primary design very lightly. And as you can see here, colors would be clear and a lamb be messy. So this is our orange that we've transferred. And then we move on to the next color, which is a stronger orange, darker orange reaches 316. If you want to number that, you can get closer to this red color that you have at the bottom of this side. The color cycle has been made in order for you to have the colors next to each other from one thing and spectrum of colors just to put them next to each other. And you would know the different colors. With combining or even separating or event, decreasing or increasing your hand pressure, that would actually make new colors for you. So our goal here is for you to know what color has been made from, what other colors and combinations. Well, okay, now we'll transfer read into this area. Completely create colors here. And then our main colors would be brought exactly to here. And then next to them, they would have our secondary colors and try Shari colors. And I'm using this color for the color between the purple and red. I've chosen this one. And I would like to create. 6. Complete the color cycle: Hello, my dear friends. We are here again with continuous part of creating the color cycle. And we are going to work on it together. Again to continue creating beautiful colors altogether. Now, we continue to color of debt. Actually we are going to continue this spectrum of purple color and purple car 337, the main areas into this part. And you can clearly see the transformation here itself. So as I told you before, this color cycle contains 12 parts. That V, i mean, in this circle area, we have 12 far set. We are going to fill them with different colors. And then we did color 344. I'm going to color the next area, the next part. And now we are adding more blue colors. And we move on toward the blue. All around our triangles, 12 colors in between them, which also include our secondary colors. I want to use by 351 blue that I've used in main colors. Step-by-step, part by part. You should add these colors and be careful about your hand pressure. Now, right now it's some had changes in shading. I'm creating this blue color. And then once I go from this part too, cover this area completely with my color. Again. Now we move on to add green area colors. I'm going to assert rid by 360 one color. Okay. This area got a little bit out of hand. Because you've considered this side colors is smaller. But as a matter that much, the whole purpose and goal is important for us here. Now, we can create them correctly in their current position. Now move on to my green color, which is number 363. And I create it like this. Now, creating a color cycle. Is really, really attractive and exciting, interesting. It also gives you a very great piece. They should be peaceful when you're working on it. Makes you more relaxed. Translate this, we also applied our green color. And now at the last area, the last part, I'm going to use my 370 color to create a color between green and yellow, which look like, looks like this. Now if you pay attention, we have, our main colors are secondary colors and some colors in between them. In our third layer of our color circle, actually put all of these together. And now we can understand a transition from each color to another one. Okay? This way, you can know from one color, you can just move on to another one, which is pretty much different. But definitely when you're working, you should have so many different colors. I mean, you should work with many different colors. You should create different layers of colors, which would actually make your work more attractive and interesting. If you only use one layer color or a flat one or not good combination of the colors, your outcome would be ruined. So this is our colors cycle, which is completed right now. And something that I wanted to tell you is that main colors are 321 as red, 307 as yellow, and 351 as the blue color. And I have to be all about Next colors or the colors and the circle. And if you want your work to look even better, you can use your fader and create more cohesive shape and look for your work. Just be careful. Another thing that I should tell you is that you should not use a fader that as still has some color on it. Especially on light colors like yellow, orange wide and stuff like this because it will just bring extra color into your work. It will blend the colors together and it would also make it look messy. So try to clean the tip of your fader or don't use the failures that you've used before on especially light areas. So, but then in mind, therefore, you would not face any problems. This was our colors cycle. 7. Make Two Skin Colors: To all of my dearest friends. We are here again with another tutorial session. In this session, we are going to see how we can create different skin tones with our colored pencils. Okay, now I'm going to start with creating some circles so I can create my skin tones inside of them. I'm creating this circles as our presenter of my face. Right? Dan, I'll come and I lighten that circle so when I apply my colors inside of it, it won't get messy. The first thing that we do for colored pencil technique is this, that we lighten our primary sketch with our eraser? Definitely. You start from the lightest skin tone that we can create. So I'm using my white color. And I start my work here. It's true that our white-collar cannot be seen. But it will actually make our colors to blend in better. On our paper. That's why we will use our white collar. Right now. I want to use my color 350 for the base color of my skin tone. Because we are going to have a light skin tone. We will use this color. We are going to create different skin tones together. So when we want to create a character with different skin tones, how we should do that? Because definitely with different personalities of our characters, they might need different skin tones. And it can even gave us a story about them. Now, for colored pencils, we are going to apply the colors layer by layer on top of each other. And we do this over and over until we get the color that we want. Right? Now I'm going to use Scala 352, which is a gold color. And I apply it on my previous color. I would apply another layer on my work. Right? You can see I am using only one way for creating my layers. But definitely you can use any other techniques that you want for creating your colors, like hatching or creating lines in both directions. It doesn't matter. It depends on you that you're more comfortable with which technique, then you can use it. So when you're working on lightest skin tone, we are going to use our light colors and we avoid the colors that will actually might make our skin look darker. Again, after I've applied my colors, I will add another layer of white color on top of them again to blend them better. And why we are working with these colors, you should be really careful. That these colors should be smoothly, Come on top of each other layer by layer. You should be very patient and it should bring the layers on top of each other step by step. Now I'm also going to use my color 300 four, which is a very light yellow. Because I don't want it to be seen a lot in my work. I just create a very, very light layer of it on top of my work, a very light one. And then again, uh, my last layer would be my color 360. Again, this would be my last layer to finish my work. Then I'm going to use this scholar to create another layer. And my work. Because our color are now combined together. Now we can use trends in our work. So if you do this at the beginning of our work that the texture of our paper is still empty. It would not look good. This is why First I've applied my layers and now I can do the hatches and shadings. So we cannot do this at the first layer, but for the third or the fourth layer, we can easily do this. So again, this is the lightest skin tone that we can have for our character. Now I will move on to the next skin tone. Again, I create another circle to create the layers of colors inside of it. And then I lighten it. Lightening the primary is sketch, or here the primary circle is necessary for the lightest skin tones. But if you're working on darker skin tones, It's not necessary. But in the lighter ones it is because if you have a darker skin tone, your lines cannot be seen from underneath it. But if you have lighter ones, they can be seen. I'm going to use my color 307 on my work to create a lighter skin tone. Sorry, a darker one. Just one degree. So these colors have a very good covering aspect. So you should be really careful not to use these kinds of colors very strongly. These are the facts and the hints that you will earn little by little, by doing practices and trying them, experiencing them. I'm going to tell it to you right now. Therefore, you'd know how you can create better colorings for your work. So I've applied a layer of my yellow color. Now, I'll come and again, I'm going to use my color 330, which is almost, I can't say always a base and foundation color for our skin to most of the times. In here, we're going to have a more tanned skin tone. You see, right now, I'm using another technique for my coloring. So you can also see the different techniques that can be done for the colorings. Because I'm creating circles. I can create them. I can create my lines like this. As I'm moving back and forward on my lines. It also depends on the shape and the volume. That's your coloring, for example, because it's a circle right now, I can do this technique on it. But for example, if it's another way, if it's another shape, maybe I can know how to apply this technique on my work. Okay? So now I can create my lines like this for my circle is my second layer of color. Now I'm going to use color 339. It's almost did color of breaks. I will apply a layer of this color on my work. In this way. I completely applied as color with control. Because definitely this color as a dark color. And we do not want to have a very dark skin tone right now. I mean, not yet. Therefore, I'm applying this color is a very, very low hand pressure. So pay attention to this point that if you apply more pressure, your color would be darker. And we are going to have a very light and smooth skin tone color. Therefore, we would not apply any extra pressure on our work. In this way. I would apply another layer of color on my work. Something that you should pay attention to in pencil coloring technique. Is that the best thing that you can have for your work? And the best technique that you can have for your work is you should just apply to colors layer by layer. And you should then just use a tonnage of color strongly and too much suddenly. Because maybe you want a color lighter than the one that you have created. Therefore, your work would not have any other texture anymore. I mean, you might have used all of the textures and there won't be any textures lift for you to edit your work. That's why I say it's better. It's the best actually for you to apply the colors layer by layer. And with so much control on your hand pressure. And even with a white pencil or with erasers, different kinds of erasers, you can get off all of your color. You can just clear the color a little bit. Now, I have the lightest skin tone at first. Now I'm having another skin tone which is a bit more tanned. And now I'm applying gray color on my work. So it would be one degree darker. As you can see, we are using so many different tonnage of colors here, just using so many different colors to get the result. And a color that we want for the outcome. Because this way we can have a more sophisticated coloring and it would just look way more better. So this is my second skin tone color that we wanted to be a little bit more comparing to our first one. 8. Make Three Skin Colors : And then again to love my dear friends. We are here again with the rest of creating the skin tones, different skin tones, of course. Now we are going to create another circle for our next skin tone and obviously start our work. And as we did before, we will lighten our primary circle. Because we don't want to add colors to get messy because it's a steal, not that dark. Now this time, I want to create a skin tone which is a bit darker from our previous one. We can almost say that we are getting to a tanned skin little by little, not so fast. Now, again, I'm going to use my color 330 to create the first layer of my work. You should consider that this color is actually, I can say, again, that it is almost used in all kinds of skins. It's, it can be actually the basic and if foundation color for all kinds of scans. This is a similar color in all our skin tones. When you are creating delight colors, you should be really careful that you would actually apply these colors on your circle all over it cohesively and it should be all the same. I mean, it shouldn't be darker in one part and lighter in another one. Now, I'm going to use the next color, which is my color. I'm going to use a color 383 here. This is the second color that we're using. And for each skin tone and as in for each tonnage that we want to create, we will use different kinds of colors in order to give our skin pretty color and complete color. Obviously. Now because we want our skin to move toward attend color, I'm going to use color 370 8, which is our brown color. So I also apply in this brown color all over my circle. You will add this color very slowly and very smoothly. In this way. You should pay attention that you should not be very fast when you're using pen colored pencil technique. I mean, you shouldn't move very slowly and smoothly. If I'm doing it fast. It's because I don't want our tutorial to be too long. And I want to teach you more in a shorter time. But if you're doing it at home, the best thing to do is to do your work with so much patients and do not rush through it because it may actually ruin your work. When you do it once, you'll definitely get it. Now, I'm going to use the color 321 for the next layer. Warmer colors because we are going to create a column on our skin. One of the most attractive point about the colored pencil technique is that you can combine different colors together to get the color that you want. As a result, I'm going to use my next layer of color, which is color number 392. And I also apply one layer of color on my work. This is my third skin tone, which is a bit darker comparing to the previous one, and it's a bit more tanned. Now I'm going to create another circle here for my next skin tone. Something that I want to tell you about a skin to ease that with increasing and decreasing the colors you can have. So many different tonnage is, and so many different skin tones. And if you want to create different characters, this would actually help you a lot to create different characters with different skin tones. Again, I'm going to use a color 330. To start my next, the skin tone. I apply my first layer. I apply my first layer of color. We'll move on to my next colors to create dark skin brown colors. This one is a 378. So I'm going to use it and start creating my darker skin tone. You can practice it so much that learn it completely that how you can create the colors that you want with the combination of other colors. I mean, when you are practicing with this technique, you can combine so many colors with each other and gets so many different other colors. So you can go creative and with practicing, leaking, get better and better at this. So we can have lots of variety for the thing that we want to do. Then I'm going to use the color 376, which is a very dark brown. As I said before. I want to have a darker skin tone. Therefore, I'm going to use my darker colors. So that's how I'm operating right now. I will add dark colors on top of each other layer by layer. Until I get the result that I desire. And then obviously, I'll come over here and I take my color, I take my gray color. And I'll add another layer to my work. They'll give it a good. And then again, I'm going to use my brown color 378 again. And I apply another layer of color on my work. All right, So at the end, I use my first color on top of all of my other colors again. Alright. This is another skin town Dad they've created together. Also want to create even another skin 10 for you. And this time I want to create Yellow skin tones and we can see how they would go. As usual. I'll lighten my primary circle and I pay attention. I mean, I'd be careful that my circle would be completely lightened because I'm going to use light colors like yellow colors. Therefore, I should be sure that my work is lighten enough. I'm going to use my kala 307, which is a light yellow. If you want our character to have a yellow skin tone, you should just start with colors like this. And then obviously the other layers that will be applied on top of this one should also be in a spectrum of the yellow colors. For example, DLC color, which is 300, 83, is kind of in the same spectrum. So just as this layer by layer, I would add my colors on top of each other. This way. Right? Now, I am going to use my next color, which is a 309. It's almost a light orange. And I would apply it, I would apply a layer of it on top of my work. As you can see, we are creating a skin tone. And that's why we are using colors which are in the yellow spectrum. Yellow tonnage. And I had also use a layer of my color 313 for making my work. Looking better. Combine the colors are slowly with each other. They'll match together perfectly and they'll give you a very cohesive and beautiful color. But if you want to do this fast, your work would not look so cohesive and it may not look as good as you want. And definitely work will be ruined. So this is skin. 9. Make A dark Skin Color: Hello, my dear friends again. We are going to continue our work on creating different skin tones. Again, we are going to create another circle together. Therefore, we can create our skin tone inside of it. Right? Then again, I'll come and lighten my primaries circle. Then I'll start creating my dark skin tone. So you would learn how you can create dark skin tone. I'm going to use my color 378 as my first layer of color because I want to show a very dark skin tone for my character. If you want to get to the result of a very dark skin tone, we should use. Darker colors are combinations. Now I'll come and start my work with my brown color. Therefore, we can have a darker skin tone together obviously. Okay. So this was our first layer. And now I'm going to use my color 300, 80, which is a kind of a smoky brown. And I will add my second layer with this color. Alright. Now we want to work with our other color. I'm using my color 307 is six. For my third layer, the work, you're going to create another layer. And as you can see, we are reaching a complete darkened skin champ. And obviously because of that, all of the colors that we're using are dark. And then I would also add a layer of my color 337 on top of them. And as you can see, color gets more developed. And something else that you should know in the parse that we should apply. Our dark color suddenly Is that your paper would actually be shiny. And for a person who is working in the colored pencil, think neat technique. It is so bad that you have a shine on your paper. So if you apply your dark colors suddenly or so strongly, that place will get shiny. And it doesn't accept any other colors on top of it. And it would look so bad, especially for a person who is working in this technique. So please, please, and please try to do your colors layer by layer and not with a really strong hand pressure. It is really, really important. And maybe you get tired in the middle of the way. And you might say it's getting too long, but be sure that at the end of your work you can see your results perfectly. And then is the time that you can enjoy what you've done. So this is my dark skin tone. Again, we can review our colors and then add last, you can apply your color 376 one more time at the top of all of your colors because it's a darker skin tone. And when you add this color on top, it will create good colors for you. And as more as you combine different colors together, you'll get more attractive skin tones and more attractive colors In a great variety like this. So this is our dark skin tone then because you want to make our work more cohesive, you can also drag your fader on all of your colors just once to make it in a smooth shape. And using it or not using it is completely optional. So that's totally depends on you. You should be careful that if you're using your fader is going to make your work even a bit lighter. So you can either use it or not. You can also create a skin tones between these skin tones that I've created here for you. And with increasing and decreasing these tones and colors, you can also create new and different skin tones. So these were just some examples for our skin colors. 10. Make Skin Color on the Face: Hello, my dear friends. We are here again with another tutorial session for you. In this session, we are going to talk about skin tone and how we can create a color of skin tone. We're going to do it on this character that I've created with you in previous sessions. Now we want to see how we can do that first. So all I'm going to use my eraser to lighten my primary sketch because I don't want the colors that I actually apply to be messy. And with this, we can also have our primary sketch. And we would not lose frameworks, we would not lose our placements. And at the same time, we would have clear and clean colors. So I'm just going to lighten my lines. In order to start my work. You should definitely use DO eraser because and you can have your you can have the trace of your work on your paper. If you use any other kinds of eraser, it will actually clean all of your primary sketch and you cannot see it anymore. Okay, now we are going to use a brown color, which is number 376 for me. And just with that, I'm going to do a framework on my hair, my face, and neck and clubs. I start from my character's hair. I go over all the lines around it. You shouldn't create these lines very dark and deeply. Because if you do that, your colors after award would look separated and they would not look really cohesive. So if you want your work to look cohesive and natural, you should not create a very strong and dark line. All of a sudden, you should create a smooth and soft lines. And you shouldn't come over all the parts. And I mean, you shouldn't create very longest straight lines in all places. In some parts, you need to create two lines, and in some parts you don't need to. So usually you should have the lines in parts which get darker. For example, this part of the phase which we have day here coming inside of the face or the part that the hair has been turned and twists it. These are the power set you can have your lines in. Even in these parts. You can see some darker lines. Also this part of the hair which comes toward the body. These sides n edges of the hair that are going outward. And also this part which has been twisted at the end of the hair. You should consider them which ever character that you have. It doesn't matter. You can apply the same procedure for each character. Can apply your lines on your character and work on them. I'll create the lines. We also create the lines for the neck that they would be obvious and clear. And then we are going to work on coloring the hair just to make them look better. I want to even make some parts, darker parts which are close to the skull. I want to darken these parts a little bit more. But you should definitely consider that when you're working on the hair. You should create these lines in the same direction that the hair is growing. Because in this way, our work with look better and it would look more natural. So we try to create our lines in the same direction that our hair is growing. And at the same time as we are creating the hair lines, I also create this line which shows us that there's a part that has been separated from this area. And this area, the hair has some volume and it's coming up. It would have some difference with other lines that you've created. So I emphasize on it. So wherever we need more color difference, we would use some darker colors in it. Some darker lines there forever we want to show a difference. And then I would come over here and create my lines in the direction of hair growth. And now I'm going to use my next color in my work. And I'm going to use another color, which is the gold color, and it's 352. And then bring my color on top of my previous color this way. And then after that, IBD is my color to work on the rest of the hair. Just like this. I go down to cover the whole hair area. Now I will come and inside of this color, I will use my 307 yellow color. And I'll bring it into my work because I want to create blonde hair. Therefore, I should create this scholar. I should add this color to create the color that I really want. In order to create this blonde hair, I would use different colors in my work. Dad to your coloring is very, very important in showing the hair. Therefore, we tried to create the hair and the right direction. And in the right side, we have the hair. You should pay attention to that the hair which are here on this side of the neck and are actually underneath the other hair should be a little bit darker than risks of the hair. Therefore, I'm going to use OK, color number 383 to this inner part of my character's hair. Because inner side of AI characters here should be a little darker in order to show that it's the lower part of the hair and it's. I'm actually the other HER are coming on top of it. So there should be a layer here. I would work on this area darker to get the color that I want. And after that, I'm going to use my brown color 376 to create some lines on this inner part of the hair to show the volume of the hair inside of my work. And then after that, I would create another layer of this brown color in my work. Okay. Now, that actually separates the inner part of the hair and outer part of the hair should be emphasized a little bit more. And how can we do it? We'd giving get more color. So that's how I do it. And I would add some more lines in my hair. Just like this, as you can clearly see. And then for the line at the side of our hair will add more color. And then we bring some more lines into our work. Even maybe some here coming out of the order. Because you want to make it more natural. Then I will continue my line like this. And I can create the volume of the hair with very simple and little works like this. These are the edits and work set actually makes the volume for us. Therefore, you can easily create your work. Now, the lines that I'm creating are actually in the direction of the hair. Growth. Should definitely do that. So we can show the direction of the hair perfectly and in a good way. Then I will add another layer to my previous layer of color. Will give more color to the tip of my here. And then we'll move on to the skin tone and we want to see how we can create it. The first thing that we're going to do is to add one layer of this color, 330 to our face as the basic and foundation color of our skin. Just like this, we start from the side of deface and we bring it towards the center of the face. And the only part that doesn't get any color is actually d, dy of our character because we need the whiteness inside of our character's eyes. Therefore, we would not work on that part. Yet. We create a cohesive layer of this color on the risks of our face, just one layer would be enough. For now. Now with very smooth lines, we will continue our work. And we would also bring down the color in turn Nick. So we're going to use the same color underneath. Okay? Now that we have one layer of our color on our face, we would come over here and we'll add the rest of the colors to this color point that issued be aware of, is that for the side parts of the face, you should use darker colors. I mean, the sides and the edges of the face are darker comparing to the center of the face. And the reason is because, for example, the volume of the Harris creating a shadow on the face. And also because we want to show the volume of the face, we can create this contrast in our skin tone. We would make the sides of the face darker. And the center of it would be lighter. Comparing to this size, just a little. It's not a vast difference yet. We still have it. Especially here that we have the hair coming into the face and it would definitely have a shadow on the face. Also the parts under the nose, underneath the nose, and also beneath our lips. Also underneath the neck. Okay. So this is the foundation of our skin tone. 11. Complete facial skin coloring: Hello again. We're going to continue our work on our skin to as we were working on it. So we're going to complete it. We're creating our skin tone after creating a layer of hair color. We've created a layer of our 330 color on our face in order to create a foundation. Then we worked darker on the sides of the face. And now we want to move on to our next color. And because my character's face is light, I mean, she has a light and y to skin. I'm going to use color 329 and bring it on my characters cheekbones. I will use my color a little on this area. Okay? And then with circularity movements, I would apply this color. So I add this color, the cheekbones and areas around it. The lower part of the eye, for example, I mean the area underneath the eye. We'd have this color. We would add this scholar to those areas as well. And we do the same thing for the other side of the face, obviously, because we want our work to be symmetrical. So we'd circularity movements. We add these colors to deface. Because first of all, I want to show my cheekbones a little bit more prominent. And obviously after that, I'm going to need a difference of color on my cheekbones. And the rest of the face definitely can see this difference in colors. And if you pay attention, we're going to add the colors little by little. And we're not going to add and a big amount of color suddenly into our work. We will not create dark colors as solidly in our work because it would lose its attractiveness. It would lose its charm. I had added some of these colors to my cheekbones and areas around it and Lidl. And then from this, bring it a little bit more on the central part of the forehead. I mean, I will add some color to the central area of the forehead. These colors are because our faces skin tone is white and light. If she was a black person, everything would be different. So just like this, I will add my colors to the forehead little bit just to make it just to show that it's a little bit different. And I'm going to use my AUC color, just a little 383. I'm going to use it just a little on the lower part of the face, which is underneath the lips. Maybe even a little our chin. And, and the characters job. Again, I emphasize it's very, very little or limited. Also, I'm going to do the same for the part underneath windows. And lines next to the nose bridge would also have some of this color. Right? Now for my character's lips. I want to add the color that I want. I want to use two colors. One of them for creating the line around the lips and also the line in between them, which I'm going to use color 392 for this matter. Just like this. I would create a decentralized line between the lips, this middle line, and then give it a color, a little bit toward up or down. And then after that, I'm going to use my color 321 on the lips themselves. So I'm going to give my lips a little bit of volume just like this. And then I'm going to work my lower lip and I'm going to cover it with my previous color. I'm going to make it darker. I also work on this line in the middle, a little bit more to give it more color. Now I would move on to the eyebrows and after that, the eyes. Because I don't want the eyebrows to be too light. I'm going to add the brown color 376 to my eyebrows. So I would create them in this shape. And then I would add some more darker colors to my eyebrows. I'm going to use color 300 AD to work on my eyebrows a little bit more in this way. And then I'm going to work on my eyes. Okay, now for the eyes, I am going to use black color at first 399. And I'm going to use it for the line of the upper eyelid. I mean the line above upper eyelid. Then you'll use it like this. And I would also create my pupil inside of the ies. Exactly like this. As more attention and time you spend on your work. The better result in outcome you'll get. Now, for the rest of my colors into eyes. I mean, for the color of my pupil, I can use a dark blue or even a dark green to show that she has beautiful colored eyes. I want to use my dark green right now. My dark green is number 357. So just like this, I would create a layer around my pupil from my green color. Just like this. And for the lower line of my eye, I'm going to use a light brown 378 and I'm going to determine the lower line for my eyelid. Just like this. And once with this same color that we've created deadline, we would create deadline above z. I write this. Then after that, I'm going to use a darker color, 376 and go over my lines once more. And then once inside of my eye with this color just bonds in order to get somewhat of a darker color in our eyes. Then we would also work the inner part of the eyes. And I create delight inside of the eye or tried to save it as this. And then I come over here and work on the nose. Now, for the nose, I'm going to use my color 370 eight again to get the lines that I want and emphasize them are going to go over the lines that we have created at the beginning of our work, our first and primary sketch. I'm trying to follow the lines that we've also created here. And then I will bring some more color on my nose and underneath it as well. Just like this, I would have colors. I can also use the same color to work on the lower and the actually lower part of the chin and the top part of the neck. And I emphasize this line which separated the head and the face from the neck. So I tried to create it. And then I will move on to create the other side of the face. And I will complete this area as well. Okay. Now the colors that we've applied on the other side of the hair would be brought to this side as well because we want our hair to look cohesive. And they should look exactly the same, the same shape and the same color because they're for the same character. Okay? Now I'm going to use color 352 and added to the hair. And obviously as always, we are moving in the same direction as the hair is growing. And then again, I'm going to use my brown color 376. And I create the lines on the sides of the hair. Then the lower part of the hair. We worked on him. The dark and the inner part of the here with this color. And then I would want to use green color 370 to create the color of my clothes. K and L Bring a layer of this color and then add a layer of lemon color, 304 on top of it to create the color of my dress or any other codes that you have. This is my own creativity. I mean, I want my clothes to be in this color. You might have a different opinion. Don't be scared. Tried to create the color that you want on your character's dress and close. Then I can use my fader on my neck to make the colors of it more cohesively and just blend them a bit better this way. And then again, I would add a little bit of my 376 color very, very smoothly. And I would very softly added to the name. And then after that, I'm going to use my color 382. I'll add it to my work. Just like this. Very, very easily. I'm going to use the same color and bring it on the face a little bit more. Because I wanted to blend in and make my face and neck look more cohesive together. We don't want to different skin tones on the neck and the face because it's not possible. So they should have a little difference, but they shouldn't be completely different skin tones. So this is our face and we can also bring some of this color on the sides of her forehead into place that the hair is starting to grow. We can add it. There is really just like this. And here we are. We have our skin tone and blonde hair and she's a white character. 12. How to Make Color Tonality: Hello till love my dear friends. We are here again with another tutorial session. And in this session, we're going to talk about the spectrum of colors. Well, I create a rectangle frame for placing my colors in it. And then after that, we would place our colors inside of this rectangle. Then I divide this rectangle into a smaller parts like this. And then after that, I will lighten the lines with my eraser for I can place my colors and my colors will not get messy. We actually make the lines that we primary make lighter at the beginning so I can keep my colors clean. Now I'm using the color 321. And I'm going to color the first part with one layer of white color. Then I'm going to use color number 347, which is a very light blue on the top of my white color. Like this. We have to create our lightest part. And this light part is actually lightest blue. That in order to keep it lighter, they've used a layer of white collar on underneath it. And then we combine these colors together to keep it completely light. Just like this. I will come over here and I will create the lightest blue in the first part of my rectangle, which is the beginning of my spectrum. One more time, I will bring my white color on top of it. I bring my layer just like this. And bring some of my blue color, the same color that I'm holding right now, into my next part. And we do it because you want to make the transfer between this color and the next scholar more cohesively. Therefore, I'll bring a little bit of this color inside of my next part. So again, create clear and cohesive colors. Did I choose the next color, which is 345 for me? And I'll add it to my second part. I bring this color from the previous part, and I'll continue to the second part. So I would not see any lines in between any special separations and stuff like that. Because I want my color to be actually to get darker, cohesively and ideal long to create any border between these colors. So I tried to complete my second part like this. And then from the second layer of my color, I'll come down and I repeat it again. So for each part, we do the same. For the next part. I mean, we bring it a little bit of this color into the next. One. Other thing that we should do is that we work on the border between two parts. Little bit more and one more time after we finished our second part. Because we do not want to have any borders between our colors. So this way we can combine these two colors together perfectly and it would definitely look better. Right? Now I want to use the next color for my third part, which is number 351 for me. I'm using this to create my third part, the third area. Now I will create another darker color. And third part of my work and my triangle, sorry, my rectangle. Again, I repeat. This actually makes our work, our spectrum are more cohesive. I'll continue the same thing, the same process and procedure. And I'll get into the next part. As you can see. So the procedure is the same. I'm just changing the colors and making them blend in together. And the best way is that you wouldn't have any border between your lighter colors and darker colors. They should blend completely into each other. They should be mixed and combined with each other completely. Therefore, your work look bored, attractive, and beautiful. Now, like the previous part, again, I come and I use my previous color and I'll bring it into my third color to make it more cohesive, make it more mixed and combined. Okay. And then I'll come again and I use my own color here. As you can see. We are moving toward we are moving from the lightest blue, from our lightest color, toward the darkest color that we can have here. Okay, now I'll work on my next color, which is 344. And I'm using it for my fourth color. And using it as my next color. And my blue. Is actually between the blue and purple because it's way darker than the previous one. All right. I'll continue. And I'll continue my work just like this. All right. They'll come here. And I also work on the lower part of my work in UDL to make it more ordered. And I just determined a frame where it should end in order to keep my work cleaner. Okay. And as you can see, our spectrum is becoming completed and it's getting good, good shape. All right, Here we go. Again. I am going to use my previous color 351 to bring it a little bit more downward to the next color. To blend them more and combine them more to get a more cohesive look on my spectrum. So it would be more beautiful just the way they wanted. Okay. So as you can see, we've moved from our lightest blue toward our darkest blue. And as you can see, our spectrum clearly got down very moderately and as smoothly. And there is no sodden change of color. And obviously, we have no border between the colors. They've just became like each other. They would change from one to another. Very smoothly. We can do this for all of our colors and we can create a spectrum for each color that you want. This is an example in order for you to know how you can do it. 13. Cold and Warm Colors: Hello, my dear friends. We are here again within another tutorial session. And this session, I want to tell you about cold colors and warm colors. And we would want to know which colors are warm, which ones are cold, and what's the use of each of them? For our pens? Colored pencil painting course. All right. As you know, the warm colors are very obvious and from their names, it's very obvious that we're talking about the colors which are close to the colors of the sun. Because the most and the warmest thing is sun, the sun. So we tried to create the yellow color in here and we consider it as a warm color. Okay, So my yellow color would be to first color that we use as a warm color. Okay. Now, this is our first warm color. Dan, next one would be their red color. So I also add the red color here in order to keep the collection of my warm colors on this area. Now, if you want your whole area to be warm, you can use these colors in your work. Can use these colors more in your work. And if you want to show cold areas, you can use the cold colors in them. These colors really be, really, they can be useful for when you want the area to background a character and in different characteristics. If you want your character to look so mischievous, or you want to show them that it's a kind and warm, social friendly character. You can use all of these colors in your work. We've already talked about the creation of the characters, how to make their personality pop out with your design. And you would know how you can create them. Right now we are talking about how you can color them in order to make them the characteristics that you want. Okay? So if you haven't watched our previous courses, please do to understand these parts better. Now, the cold colors, one of them is blue, which is the most useful. Because in the same time it's a main color. So if you want to show an area very cold, either its space of a room or either it's a character that you want to show. It's sad, it's cold, and other characteristics that fit in this category. Another called color is green. This is the color that I'm using. It doesn't matter which ever color that you want to use. It's in the category of cold colors. And you can use different tones of green, blue and add other colors. And I'm going to tell you, okay, I'm just using these colors as examples. Yet you can use different terms of the colors in here. Different tones of blue, different tones of green. And another color which can be count in cold colors is purple color. I'm going to use this purple color. And I'm going to create this shape over here. And again, I say it doesn't matter. You can use any tones of deep purple color, any spectrum of the purple color as a cold color, obviously. So right now we came over hand and we've actually reviewed on the warm colors and cold colors and all of the spectrums of these colors that I've created here for you are in the same category. For example, if it's a light red or dark red or a medium rate, it doesn't matter. It's a warm color. Or if it's a light blue, dark blue, or a medium, it's all in the category of cold color. Let me create a lighter blue for you here. So you would see it doesn't have any difference. Both of them are in. The cold color category. Gives you the same feeling that it's a cold color. Okay? As you can see, even here, we've created different tunes and spectrums of blue color. These are all counted as cold colors and they don't have any difference. There isn't any difference between them. And even OK. color, if you want to use that, it would be in the category of warm colors. So be careful about that. And as you can see down, I'm creating right now. It's in the warm colors category. You see? It gives us that feeling of heat coming out of yellow color. So it would be a varName color. Doesn't matter that much. So, dear friends, this was a tutorial about warm colors and cold colors, which can be so useful for you in characteristics and creating your characters. 14. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Boy Character: Hello, To love my dear friends. We are here again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session we are going to create that boy character, a queue nerdy boys. All right? As always, we start from the circle Larry shape of our face and head. So we will create a circle, as you can see. And it's really important that your circle would be all at once. I mean, you can use separated lines. You can create your circle part by part. So it would be easier for you to know, pressure yourself about it. All right. Then I will add his neck. This is our boy. And then my circle, I will create a very typical central line as my main guideline. And just length as I bring my line down. And then I create a horizontal line for determining the placement of the ears. Another one for the eyes, and even another one for my eyebrows. And then at last, it would be a guideline for the placement of my mouth. Then I will want to create the general shape of my character's hair. And like to create to them my work. In this way. I create any shape that I want for my character's hair depending on my character's personality, I'll choose different Harry Styles because I believe that's one of the things that can show you the personality of people. So I'm creating this shape of the hair for him. So I've created the shape that I want for the hair. Then I will determine the placement of the ears in order to know where I should and the volume of the hair. And I would have the placement of a years. Then I will continue with my character's hair and I give it a good volume like this. So just like this, I will create my character's hair. In my work. Again, I repeat. You can do it in any shape and model that you want. That's totally your choice. So I want my character's hair to have a good volume for itself and dress like this. I will create his hair part by part. So at last, I will have the volume data I've always wanted for my outcome. And then I'll come to the ER. How varied needed. I will add them as much as it should be. And definitely we should compare it to our hair. I mean, the size of the ear should have the proper size, should have an appropriate shape based on our hair too. So this way when we create the hair part by part in the coloring phase, it would be so easier for us to see. We should bring what colors, in what parts and what areas. So in this way, I will create my whole head almost because right now I'm just creating the general shapes. We know details. So don't worry. I will also want to determine the shape of my characters close here. Here would be the placement of the Kohler. And then it goes down to the show learners and down to the arms in this way. So this would be the placement of the Kohler. And in this way, you can easily determine the placement of each and any of your clothes compartments, the parts of your clothes apart, severe head, and the whole character. If you displace one or two lines, that will be okay because we can change the placement of it a little at a time. This is the placement of the slave. And then this would be the part of this leaf that has been folded up. I'll bring the arms out by slaves. And on this side I want my character's hand to be on his shirt. Therefore, I will determine the placement of the fingers like this. So this would be our general shape. And again, I insist that later we will create the details in coloring phase and step create. And obviously the other slave as well. Then we would even determine the placement of the other arm, hand, and even the full sleeve of this side as well. And we'll work on it like this. Okay, now there are even some more details. For example, the placement of the bottoms and the rest of the clothes, which are not too important. You can easily create them or you can create the details, for example, like buttons in the coloring phase. So we'll continue the line of our shared all the way down. And then we will create the placement of our buttons. And this would be the line that has been created for the armpit, the shoulders, and the arms. So this is a general shape and general model of our characters clothes. So we complete the color like this. So this is our grade boy character. I've forgotten my thumb here. Because if we don't create this, our hand would not look so complete. The thing for you to check your hand is that you should count on your fingers. This way you would not lose anything and you don't misplace anything. As you can see, I've already created five fingers. Therefore, I want you to do that as well in order to check your work and not forget to create anything. And your details should be so precise. Just like this. 15. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Boy Character: Hello to all of my dear friends again. We are working on our boy character and we are determining the placement of the eyebrows for him. All right, I'm going to use my central line as the guide and I'll create my eyebrows toward the two sides of my face. I'm just creating the general shape right now in this way. And you can create your eyebrows in any shape that you want. So that's totally anew. I've chosen this model for him, this shape. I would also do the same for the other eyebrow. And we'll work on it from this side as well. And because we want our eyebrows to be symmetrical, we are going to also create a line from beneath our eyebrows. So we would know our eyebrows are completely the same as each other. The same size and the same place. Because being symmetrical is a very, very important in this work. You should totally get it. Okay? Now these are my eyebrows and now I want to move on toward my eyes. Now I'm going to create a circle to determine the placement of my eyes. I mean, his eyes obviously. And then for the other, I would do the same exactly. Again, because I say being symmetrical is really, really important in these kinds of sketches, in our primary sketches in this way. And the thing that I would do is that for inside of my eye, I will create one of the eyes like this. I'll create the inner part of the eye. And then F third dat, I will create some guidelines for myself to create the other part exactly the same for the other eye. Like this. And then again, I'll come and I'll work on the other eye as well. And I just applied inside of the guidelines that I've created. Therefore, again, I insist that our work should be completely symmetrical. I would work on the pupil and the iris, the darkness inside of it that later would be applied. And I would also do the same for the other eye. I mean, whatever I do I did for both sides of the face. And then I can come over here and I will check my eyebrows with my eyes to see if they are in the right placement. If it was needed. Make some parts bigger or make some others are smaller. But first, I should definitely check it in this way. So easily. We tried to draw our circles comparing to each other as much as possible. Any parts of it. So we would know, are they in the same place, on the same line or not? You should use your guidelines so much for your work like this because they would help you a lot. 16. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Boy Character: Hello, My dearest friends. Now we would want to work on the rest of our face. And we want to work on the nose and mouth in this part. So we can say almost we are creating an oval for the placement of our nose like this. And then we also determined the placement of our nostrils. And then we will do the same for the other side. And the part between two nostrils to poverty know Zach came down. So we connect all of them together. And then after that, you move forward to creating them mouth. And we create a simple linear theory mouth as we did for our other boy. So I bring one side of the mouth up a little and I do not do this for the other side. I want to give him a smirk and Lidl or a crooked smile. So it's a smirk or a very delightful smile forum. So this is my character's mouth. Dad, we wanted it to be linearly. And this is the general shape of the nose which we've created. So simply. 17. Hair Coloring Of the Boy Character: Hello till my dear friends, we are here again with another tutorial session. This session we are going to start the coloring of our boy character that I've created here with you, if you'll remember with Don did premier sketch and we worked on the lines, shapes, and the sketching. And today we're going to start with the colorings. So if you have any problems in creating your character or you want to do a practice or a redo. You can just refer to the previous sessions or even previous courses to learn how to create these appropriately, we're just going to add some color to our character. The first thing that we do here is that we will actually erase the guidelines that we've created for our work. We just erase them completely. And why do we do that? Because, well, what do we want to lighten the lines? These are the lies. I mean, the guidelines are the ones that should be completely erased and eliminated. Day shouldn't be just lightened. So we erase them completely. And it's our main lines that we try to make them lighter. After they've erased guidelines, we will lighten the main lines that we've created for our primary sketch. I start from the top with a very, very low hand pressure, because if you put extra pressure on your eraser, you would completely erase your work. So pay attention to that. We move on to work very slowly and very smoothly and softly. So we can just light in it. No, it's completely erase it. As much as this. I'm first going to do the face. That's why I'm only lightning deface lines right now. And then later, I'll move on to the rest of the body. Now, I've lightened my work. And now I'm going to start again. Start the coloring. Start with creating my character's hair. My character has dark hair, which is a dark brown. So I'm going to use mostly the colors in the brown a spectrum. Therefore, I can get the color on my character. And even on some parts, I would use my black color. Right? Now. First of all, I would do a framework for my character's hair, are go all around the hair like this. And I'm very smoothly going all around my work. Here's a cute fun hair. So that's what I'm trying to show here. Alright. And then I would come over here and part by part, I would work on the parts which are going to be separated from each other. I'm going to determine them as I did them in my Premier a sketch. I've just determined the main parts and which parts should be separated. I'm just going to emphasize and dim and now I'm going to separate them with my colors. Right? Now I'm going to start separating the parts which should be divided. And they should have some kind of distance. And a should be more in particular. So just like this, I'm going to have all of my parts. I would consider this and I would do this for all of my hair. Alright. And now I will work on this inner part, the line of the hair growth. And then I would move on to the rest of the hair. Then I'll continue there. In this way. I'm going to work on the hair step-by-step and LA by little. So this was going around all the hair for my character's head. Now, I'm going to start with dark and light colors until the hair would be completed and I can get it correctly. He would keep some parts for ourselves. And I'm going to use color 392 to color this area. For whatever parts that I want them to be lighter. I also keep some parts completely light. Now. Again, as I said before, and I repeat in hell, we're going to create our hair. We are going to color our hair in depth direction that it is growing into saw to surprise them. Okay. Now I'm going to use a darker brown to continue my work with the color 376 for continuing to work. So I'll do this. And we are going to place the colors on top of each other one by one, in order to create the last and final color on our hair. Now I'm going to use color 370 8, which is my next color for the hair. So just like this, very easily, I will have this front part of my hair in the direction that my hair exists and grows, which is going up in here. Now, for this bar that I've created, a light in the hair, I would Assad from the next part. And I'll apply my darker color. Again. I'm going to use color number 376. Just like this. I'm just using these two colors constantly and continuously after each other to get the color of this part of the hair. And then after that, I might even add some black in some places. And as you can see, creating the hair is one of the hardest parts of coloring and creating your character. And why is that? It's because you're going to show the hair texture as well as coloring good and right colors and in the right ways. And here is different in each part. It might be twisted in some parts, turned in some others. And it might be so different. Anyway. We tried to do it in the best way. I mean, it's hard, it's more complicated and it needs more attention. This is a better word to say. Now I'm going to add some light colors on my work. Because after we apply each darkness, we would have to add some more lights into our work. And I would even drag some of my white color. I will do in place some of my white color on my previous part. And it would make them look like this. And as you can see. And then again, I am going to use the same colors. And as I said before, I'm going to use my black color to make it work better. Alright. And then again, I would use my light color, which I was using already. I would bring it into my work and I will go over the previous scholars. So again, I say, we, we are constantly using the colors on top of each other in order to make them more attractive in this way. And then again, after using a dark brown, I'm going to use a light one. And for these parts, I'm going to place the colors part by part. Okay? And as you can see, we are starting from the bottom to the top. Sorry. We're actually applying the color from the lower areas from the bottom part. And we're just dragging it outward in order to keep the direction of the hair in the correct way because we don't want to lose it and we don't want to ruin it. So that's how it's done. But the procedure is pretty much the same for all the parts. And exceptionally here the colors are almost the same as well. And as you can see, we are placing different parts. We are placing colors in different parts of our hair in this way. And then again, we would apply the darker colors and we would add them to the whole area. And wherever it's needed, we would add these colors and combine it with the others. So as this, I'm going to darken the line of the hair growth. As I said before, you have this line or even the parting under ahead, you should dark in that area. And then I'll move on to the next parts. And then again, I'll come back and work on this area. Again, if I felt like it was needed. If not, I'll continue. As you can clearly see here, we are applying the colors layer by layer on top of each other. And wherever it's needed, I would darken or lighten dark colors. As you can see, I'm not placing any colors on the parse I've already created. And I'm just holding my hands a little bit above the colors because if you put if you place your hand on those spots, it would get messy. 18. Continue Hair Coloring Of the Boy Character: Hello again. To all of my dear friends. We are going to continue our work with coloring our character. We're continuing coloring the hair with the pencil number 376. I will continue my work. Now we are applying the colors part by part. We're applying dark colors or the light ones in this way. And then we would play with the colors until we get the final color. Doubt we want on the hair. As easy as this. Say. I'm using the light colors and dark colors continuously and constantly next to each other. All right, even in some parts, I will use the white color to my work. So lighter. After a dat, again, I will use darker colors and I will add them to my work. So as you can clearly see, the procedure is almost the same in all parts of the hair. The things that you should pay attention to is the amount of colors that you use, where to use each one more, and how to give them in their correct placements. These are the things that you should consider. Why we are working on different parts of the hair. So I would play so dark color next to the light one. Because the attractiveness of the work would be even more. And we can even create a texture for our work. Then I will also add my black color because this upper part of the hair is darker, sorry, this growing line of the hair is darker. And then again, I will combine it with my brown color. Okay. And on this ending part of the hair, we can see the darkest area and it's getting close to the root of the hair. And in here, we would create the darkest part, the darkest colors. And just as easy as this, we would place the colors on top of each other, sometimes even next to each other. Now I'll move on to the next part of the hair. And in the direction that my character's hair is growing, I will create this hair texture with my colors down one by one, little by little and this of the times and tip of each other. Now, if my character's hair has been twisted in this way, I would also color it, twists it in that way. As you can see, I'm adding the dark lines and dark colors. In that direction. And obviously after that, I would bring my light colors between these ones. I'll continue the same way and I follow the same procedure and I apply my colors part by part, section by section. To get a great final outcome. I would apply the dark colors and light colors and vice versa. Constantly. I do it for all of our hair. And we do it as much as we have two, until our character's hair is completely filled with color. And in some parts, I would also apply the black color. That work would become more attractive, obviously, because it creates a great contrast for us. And that makes it so be sure to fill it in great. Now, the direction of my character's hair, I would apply the dark parts. And then F there that I'm good place. That color is spots. Some saints, some of them needs more lighter colors and the others, the more darker ones. And then after that, I would work on my dark colors. Exactly like this. So my colors would just add on top of each other. So attractively in order for us to get the hair texture that we want. And if you pay attention, some parts are darker and some others are lighter. And with this, our work gets a volume. With this contrast, you're actually showing the volume of our hair. You're showing how are they going to be placed? How would they look? So as easy as this will darken some parts and keep some other ones light. Alright. I will work on the other side of the hair as well. And at last. You might do some editing and color adding to my character's hair. Now I'm going to move on to the other side. And I would also work on it. So here we go. I would first apply the lighter parts and then I would move on to the darker ones. And with that, the dark areas to my work. Okay. As you can see, I'm getting closer to the line of the hair growth. And as I get closer to that area, we are going to use darker colors. So I would use my lighter colors, these areas to make them look better. And then again F there that I would use my darker colors to work on the parts that are undone yet and are needed to be darker. So sorry about this. You'll get it all with just a little bit of practicing is spending a bit of time. If I move on to our decide if I create my dark as in this side, in this direction, is because I want to show that this partying gets connected to the face. I mean, I want to separate departing and show that it's getting connected to the face. Other than that, you should completely work and move toward the direction of your hair. Or if you want your hair to come into your face, you can also use some different directions. So again, I'm going to use darker colors just like this. And as you can see, my character hair is becoming complete little by little, part by part. But this procedure that we are using, the dark colors, the light ones, and even adding some white into our work. So just like this, we can create this beautiful colors on their hair and we can create contrast in it. And as I said before, this contrast gives us a volume, a great volume. And I'm going to move on to the next part, to the next area. Just like this. And it will be so easy, so beautiful. You just have to get the colors right. Now. For the parts that should be darker. I would use my darker colors and create these parts like this very easily. And wherever it's needed. I would apply this darker colors. And then after that, we will use our lighter colors to complete our work. Exactly like this. And this would only be possible for you with practicing, practicing, and practicing, and also spending more time on your work. And just by doing it and practicing practically, you would get to know how you can do these parts easily, especially on the hair area. Because as I said, it's a little bit more complicated than the other parts to create the hair texture. Therefore, you have to practice a lot in order to create this. Generally, working with colored pencils is a technique that needs so much patients and you should actually do this patients. So I'm going to also work on these parts which are getting connected and close to the face. This color. And then I would move from my faces line like this. And wherever it's needed, I'm going to do that. I would apply the darkness wherever it's needed. So just as this and I would apply the darkness and the light on my work. And then I would work on my details. And I will even use a little bit of like color or even darker colors to continue my work. In this way. 19. Start Skin and Eyebrow Coloring Of the Boy Character: Hello, my dear friends. I am continuing to work on coloring our boy character. We are working on the edge of the hair so that we can get primary coloring, we can get the foundation colors. And then we can move on to our character's face. Obviously in the direction that our hair is going to grow. So the place these colors. And in some parts, we would use lighter colors on some parts and some other products would be created with darker colors. In this way. I would create darker colors with much more cautious. Because as I said before, if you misplace them and create them by mistake, you might need to erase them, and that would actually harm your work. It is so hard that you erase this part in, generally in colored pencil technique. It's better for you not to use eraser on your colors, not to misplace anything. So I think it's better for you if you spend a little more time to get your colors more correctly. So you should pay attention that if you're working with a color, it would be in the correct place and you will not need to do it again. Especially if it's a dark color. And as you can see, with combining our colors, we can get our hair in a correct way. So we would continue our work like this. We would place the color in each parts and area. And next to that, we would bring some are lighter colors, just like this. And we have three main colors, except black here. Because black is the parts which are closer to the line of our hair growth. There, then that's we have three main colors and we would use them in other parts of our character's hair. Okay. I believe that character's hair is enough up to this area and we would come back and work on this part if it's needed again during our work. Now, I'm using my color 330 for creating my characters, the skin. And from the top part of the forehead, we are going to start working on our coloring. And we would pay attention to this part that everywhere in every verse should be colored cohesively. And in the same way. I mean, we shouldn't just spent too much color on one part and less color on the other part. The coloring on the face should be so cohesive and you should pay attention to it a lot because cohesiveness in this part, comprehension in this part would be so good. So far my foundation, color of the face. I try to keep my hand pressure still and I'm going to increase my pace a little so that we can work on the other parts as well. Be careful not to bring any skin tone color inside of the eyes. That's a very tricky area. Try to keep those parts untouched because there would be other colors inside of them. And because inside of the eyes are usually white, the best way, the best thing to do is not to use any other colors inside of them. So I just apply my skin tone color all over my work, all over my face actually once. And then we would work on it part by part. If it needs any more editing, we would actually make them a stronger emphasize them. If they need any more strong colors. We can also use this color on the nose and also on the lips. The only parts that are better to say untouched are the eyes. Because as I said before, I has some whiteness and its bid or not to use that kind of color inside of the eye. Even we would bring our skin tone color inside of the year. Just like this, you would have it. Then you can also use another way of coloring. But this actually increases your speed. So I'm using this way. Like this. We would apply one layer of our skin tone color all over our face as a foundation color. And then we start from this top part to apply more color on the parts that we need to. And we would pay attention to this point that the sides of the face, which are closer to the hair, are definitely darker and a need more color. And we can emphasize on our skin tone in these parts that they've considered. Now for my colors, for my faces color, because I wanted to be, to be a little close to the orange. I'm going to use color 316 on my face. Because as I said, I wanted to get a little bit closer to orange color. So I'm using it on the corners and size of my face. For example, under cheekbones, I'm going to use this color. Obviously for the sides. On the size of the face. I'm going to use this color. I would also do the same for the forehead. And then again, I'm going to use my previous color on top of it to mix my colors here like this. And then I would pay attention and I would see, where can I get delight on my character? I mean, if the light is shining from the right, I will consider my light source, which I've considered it from this angle for my work. Yet this part of my face. Should be a bit darker and this side should be lighter. I mean, the right side would be lighter and the left side can be darker. This is what we should pay attention to. And then I would work on the parts inside of the ear. Would use more color on them. And then I'm going to use some of y OK color for inside of my ear. And then after that, I would also use a little bit of brown color. So I'm going to use color brown 378 inside of my ear. And in this way, I will also use my orange color 316. And then I'm going to use my base skin tone color for my whole ear. Just as this. And I'm going to use my pink color 329. I'm going to use it for the size of my work, for the edges of my work. And then I'm also going to use a little bit of my white collar on inside part of the ear. The part which is on the outside. I mean, this out or not completely on the outside. So this way, I would give my ear a good color and I would show them. Now I want to work on the eye breaths first civil, I'm going to use my collar 370 eight. And I'm going to create just a layer of this color into direction of our eyebrows growth. Just like this. So we would work on all of the eyebrow cohesively. And when we get to the to the ending part of the eyebrow, our direction would change in this way. And then we move on to the next eyebrow. And we would do the same for the other one. And it will create it in the direction of our eyebrows growth. So whenever we get to the end of the eyebrow, we will turn and twist. And then after that, we're going to use layer of our darker color 376 on these parts. So I am going to use my darker color and a middle of my eyebrow. And then we move on to the inside of the eyebrow and we bring this darker color in its correct placement. We'll do the same for the other eyebrow. So again, I say the procedure is the same for both iris. And then we are going to use my color 392 for the growth part of our eyebrows. Will do the same for the other eyebrow. So just like this, we would complete our work. Okay. Now I want to move on to a more important area, the eyes. That's true. Now for the eyes, I'm going to use a lighter color of our skin tone. I mean, this pink color, 329. And I will use it to apply one layer of color around my eyes. Again, I say does Scholar is a little bit lighter than my skin tone color. And after that, I'm going to use color 392 again and apply one more layer of color around my eyes. I go over this circle of my eye with this color, mostly on the upper part of the eye. And then I would use my brown color 378 on top of that. On top of them actually. And then we move on to the other side of the eye. And very, very finely and delicately. We would work on this part. Clearly, not as much as we did on the upper part. I mean, upper part should be a little bit thicker, a little bit darker. But this lower area should be very, very thin and lightly. Then I will erase the parts inside of my eyes so I would not get any extra lines or colors. So I would do this. And as I said before, we would melt clear did trash of your eraser with our hands. 20. Coloring Eyes, Nose and Skin Of the Boy Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our work on coloring yeah, boy character. Now, we would want to work on the other y as well. I mean, around it with color 392 again. And you should pay attention that they call or that you're choosing should be correct. And you should pick your colors correctly and would not bring any wrong colors onto your work. And so you would work around this eye as well. And then we're going to use our brown color 370 8. And again, I'll emphasize a little bit on this upper part of the AI. Work on it more. And the lower part would be lighter and with a stay thinner and lighter. I would create my lines. And then we want to work on inside of the eye. So first of all, I want to work on this black area in DI. I start very easily. And I work on this upper part. I'll darken it more. And then I would apply the darkness inside of my eye, sight of my iris actually. So just like this, I will make it black with very, very small circles. So I'm coloring with circular movements and it's a small circles. I will create black color all inside of this part completely. And then I would keep a light inside of the eye. Right up here on the corner. Put a circle. I mean, we can create this light in the eye as simple circle. So we're going to keep it. And then we would work on the risks of the eye. And then I will go once more around my eyes. Now, I'm going to pick my light brown 378. And I would go around my work again, continue working on it. And then just like this, I would use my orange color 316 to color this inner part of the eye. I want to use my orange color to use it and color the pupil. And then after that, for the lighter part of the eye that we wanted to exist, I want to use color 309 and also 307 for this area. So we combine these together and we would apply them. Just like this. We want to show that he has color dyes, no black or brown ones. And then again, I will bring a layer of my white-collar on top of them as easily as this. We would also work around our iris are lag part of the eye. The little dark in it a bit more. And just like this, you will completely make it black. So that's how it's supposed to be. Now we want to work on the other eye. And we follow the same procedure for the other eye as well. I mean, obviously the procedure is the same. And as I did before, I create a darkness around my eye. And then I would duck in this area inside of the eye. So as this, I'm going to use very, very small circles to dark and inside of the eyes completely. And then I would work on this upper part of the eye, exactly like the other one. So I will bring it a little toward inside and dark in it. Then I'm going to use color brown 378, exactly as we did for the other I will do for this eye as well. So that's it. Then again, we're going to use the orange color like this. Then we would move on to our yellow colors and we just continue this cycle, continue and follow the same procedure. In order to get the colors that we want. Then we are going to use our lighter colors, the yellow ones. Then we would use a color 309. And then after that 307. And after that, we would use our white collar. So just as this, I'm going to use my colors. And I would make this area looking more cohesive. And then I would complete all of them with my orange color again. I'll use it on both eyes. So I would also comes into darkness inside of this eye as well. Make it more complete. And this was our eye. Now we would want to work on the other parts. And if it was necessary later, it was come back and work on these parts again. Now I want to work on my nose. First of all, and my nose. I'm going to work on the nostrils with my brown color. So I would call our nostrils with my brown. And our basic foundation colors are so clear. So we're going to use those collars for creating the majority of our coloring. The tonnage of color, spectrum of quality that we are using is usable almost for all parts of our character. So therefore, we would use the same colors in all parts of the face. And we would use these colors a lot. Now I'm going to use my skin color on my nose. Like this. Pay attention that this side of your nose is lighter. So it's better for you not to bring too much darkness on it. Because from this side we are getting light. So we try to consider this area lighter. Okay. Now I'm going to use my orange color 316. And I would apply it. And these parts on the nose and the tip of the nose. I will add some more color here. As you can see on the part that v have light. I would nudge go over it so much and I bring most of my color on this area that I would have darkness and more shadings. So I'd work on this side more. And also a little on this side in here. And on this side we would have a strong glide, a shine on our nose that I would want to create. So we'll keep the light more and we do not move on it. I mean, we denote work on it. And from the other side, bring the shadings a little bit toward insight. And then we are working to, we are going to work on this side, which has to be darker. And a little bit at the top. I'm adding a little bit of my orange color here. And then I am going to use my skin tone color and also my pink color to work on this area a bit more. I'll increase my speed l have had more soon out to be too long. But you should do this with a slower pace and you should do this with much more patients and spend more time on it. I will come down from here. And I will apply and add this color to here to this section. And this side of the face, because as you can see, this is the darker side of the face and you should work on it a little bit more to make the colors more and better. Okay. And after that, for the part on my characters cheekbone, I would apply some orange color. So I would have to fill color on my cheekbones to just make them more prominent, to pop them up more. I gave a bit more color in here. And then I will complete it more with my pink color. Just as this as you can see here. And when I move a bit forward, good tour. Parts beneath the eyes and then again, I choose my orange color, bring it into my work. And then I'm going to use my color, skin tone, color, and I will bring it toward inside of deface. I'll move third inside of the face. Then I connected to the cheekbones and then toured around the eyes. I would bring some more colors and also the part beneath the eyebrows. This area, I should also have some more color. So you would apply it and place it. And then I'm going to work on this area Beneath the cheek as well. And then I will make my skin more complete. Fluoride. Drag your colored pencil very softly and very smoothly on your work. Because we don't want any strongest change or spots or any strong traces of pencil in your work. Therefore, you should move very smoothly and very self-blame. This way, your work looks way more better. So we do this and we move forward. So as you can see, I'm keeping my pencil a little bit above the paper and I don't even place my hand on the paper in order to move it because I don't want my paper to get messy. So I'm keeping my hand a little bit above my work in order not to drag it, not to drag my hand on my work, to keep it clean. And if it's hard for you, you can place a paper underneath your hand to keep your hand on your work, yet keep your work cleaner. So as well as this, we move toward this side of the face. And also we're considering that we have a strong light shining on this side of the face. Therefore, they tried to keep these parts like this part, like this part. These are the parts that have a strong lights shining on them. Or for example, like here, which is a bit lighter, which would remain lighter. So this is a part of our cheekbone that we are going to move on it with orange color later, of course. Then I would work on this area underneath and beneath the eyebrows. And we also give a color to decide. And then we move on to the cheekbones. And we work on the cheekbone with our orange color, exactly like the other side. But the point on this is that we tried to keep this SLA at this side a little bit lighter comparing to the other side. But the procedure and a process is the same. 21. Coloring Mouth, Ear, Neck and Clothes Of the Boy Character: Hello to all of my dear friends. We are going to continue our work on the boy character. So I would also add some color on this side of my face, on the corner of the face on the right side. I would bring more color to this area because it's more close to the hair to the hairline. And I would bring some more color on these areas. We need more darkness here because it's the chin area. So just like this, we can bring even more color to our character. And then after that, we'll move on to our characters lip and we'll work on them with color 320 one. I am going to use color 318. And I will add some color to my mouth. And in the end. We can also use a little bit of our orange color 316. So as you can see, they've created a little bit of color on the mouth and lips. And I would add some more darkness to the nostrils, which would look like this. And then we do this for both nostrils. And then we come to the other ear and we would work on it. We will create a line inside of the ear. And then after that, we're going to use our base and foundation skin color tone on the ear. Just to give it a color. In the lower part of the ear, it's very light so we don't work on it too much. Then I'm going to use my orange color and I'm going to give some color to this part of the ear. Exactly like this. Then this is the second year. I would lighten. And clouds and Little was my eraser because we want to start working on them after they've completed to head and the face. We are just lightening the work. All right, now because clouds are light, we will just erase most of our primary sketch. We just leave a trace of it. Not to misplace anything or lose any details. Then I'm going to use my skin color tone, and my neck. So NDA face would have same colors, not different ones. The inner part of the name that can be seen should be colored this way because it is actually clouds and we don't have anymore skin buzz in here that we can see this skin. We would color this area. So again, I'll come over here. And I would work on the chin. Therefore, we can separate the colors. And then I would apply that skin color. I would apply the color 378 to this part of the skin on the neck, especially on the sides and edges. Because these parts should be darker. Because we have the shadow zone it the shadow of the coal are actually on the neck. So that's how it's done. And then I would add some more black color on this area between our neck and our color to show that there is a dark side here. And we have some and the parts inside of the clubs do the same for this side as well, but not too much. So on this side we will use more of our dark brown. And now I'm going to work on the quotes. Now, the color of the clothes is blue and white. But because we are going to show the white color, I will use gray color here a little. So we can have some more color in our work. Now our sketch. And these parts that we want to leave white because we want to show that it's our clothes. We will use gray color in here. And then we would use a light blue color, 347. This part here. You try to create some designs to close with this color. So as you can see, we would have this work as this. It's very easy. You should just be a little careful with dark colors and that's it. So they would apply in the darkness. We would apply gray color next to the darkness that we've created for our quotes. And also the other side. And then I would go right next to all of my darkness with my gray color. So this way we would create the Kohler. And then from this side, because I want to show that there is a curve and a prominent parts here. We would apply the fabrics design like this. Because definitely our fabric is not completely flat and this design has twists. It has been twisted on this curve. Because our work has some dimension. You can easily see this. And that's why we're doing it. We want to show that our work has some dimension. So if we are trying to create some designs on our clothes, we should definitely consider this. So in this way, who would come and apply this new parts of our work? And this close have a striped pattern on itself. And we just apply the blue color in the parts that are needed. I mean, it's a stripe, so it's blue and white. And we are considering that some parts of our workloads are twisted and turned. Therefore, we also consider them why we are working on it. And we can even use some darker in some times, in some places because we want our work to look more attractive. Also for this side, I would apply some blue. And this side is definitely lighter again, comparing to the other side of our clothes. And v, again, consider this while we are coloring. And do it, apply our sketch and design like this on our characters. Share to end quotes. And for this part, again, you will create some designs. And then I would use my gray color to create the button on my clouds. This is a button of my clouds. So I will just add it like this. We had to buy gray color because you want our work to look better. Because you want to actually show our work on this white color. We will use this gray color. Because if you use Y to unwind, it would make no sense. It can't even be seen. And then I would come down from the sides of my Cola and add my hence. And then I will create the bottom of our fabric like this. In the shape that we want. We should consider that it's going to twist here. Our pattern will twist here. And in here you can't see less of that. Will bring some are patterns in here, some more designs. So we would move our work forward with this. Again, from here, I will bring some of my patterns on my sleeve. And then I'm going to use a darker blue to add. Some are shadings in some parts. Because my work can show itself better. And also it would make my work more attractive. So the attractiveness of the work that has been made from several in different colors is way more than the one which is made only by a simple color. Obviously you can understand that. So just like this, we are going to work on some parts and emphasize on some others. And here on this side, we can even bring some turquoise color To make it even more attractive. I'm using the number 361. Some parts are too light. So we would consider this while we are working on it, that some parts might be too light. And in some parts we will create the patterns and designs a stronger. So. In some parts we will use RN blue next to the bottom, like this. And then after that, again, I'm going to use my gray color around my sleeve. And also I would work on my character's hand a little. I'm going to show it with my gray color once more. And then after that, for inner part of my slave, I'm going to use a dark color. But because I don't want to use black color, I'm going to use the darkest blue dot I have combined with black color. So in this way, you can see the inner side of the slave of my character, just dark in it. And then I'll bring a layer of my black color on top of it. 22. Coloring Clothes and Hands Of the Boy Character: Hello. Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our coloring on our boy character, where I've downloaded on the codes. And now we are going to complete it. So we'll continue to close with completing the sleeve here. So it was applied in necessary colors. And then we would add the complimentary ones. Then we are going to create some patterns and designs toward inside of our slave. So we are going to create this twisted pattern here. And we will use a blue color 350 one, because it's inside of a shading and shadows. Therefore, this area would stay darker. So just like this, we would have our colors. And then we'll go from the top to the bottom. And we'll emphasize on the color of our dress like this. And then after that, we would want to work on this side part of our clothes which is between our sleeve and the inside of eclipse. So I'm just going to highlight it with my gray color a little. And we move on this line a little bit. And then we would work on this inner area. We will actually go forward and work on this inner part. Right? Now, I'm going to work on this part of this leaf that has been folded up. And we are going to determine some lines on it, some patterns on it. But lightly, we don't want it to get too strong. So just as this, we would have the edges and sides of the sleeve. So we give it a color. And then you would definitely do the same for the other slave. With just a tiny difference. The difference is that this sleeve is more in the light area comparing to the other one. And then we just folded up toward insight. Okay? Now on the part that a slave has been, become one. With our slave, could be shown like this. And then with our darker color, we would move on this line. So. We would have this. And we go over it once with black color. Because this part is a part that has M is pressure on it. So exactly like a sleeve that has been folded. This part should also be some UDL squeezed and wrinkled. So they're ever we have a pressure own somewhere. We will use dark colors for it and maybe even create some wrinkles. So and then we'll use on the inner lines in your patterns of our fabric. And although these parts are folded back and folded down, these parts look a bit lighter down the other parts that we've created here. These are the various small details that would actually make our work way better. For example, you should pay attention to this area that on the sides of the fabric you would have a twist then turn definitely because these lines are placed and their existing on a volume not on a flat thing. So you should all pay attention to these very little details. And this is actually the edge of my fabric that has been sued. So I'll bring my color on it just to leave it untouched. And because of these parts are stretched, we can show them with these lines a little. And then after that, we can work on the next, on the size of the buttons. We would create some patterns next to it. 23. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello again, to love my dearest friends. We are here with another character creating for you. And at first, I'm going to create a circle for my character's head. It's important that you create your circle all at once. I mean, you can create your circle part by part. I will determine the general volume that I want to create for my character. So in this way, I'm trying to create a general shape for my character's hair. And because we want to bring a collar on our work later, we will determine and create these volumes part by part completely clear in a way that all the volumes and all the parts will be separated from each other. Because we want to bring color into our work. We can easily create different volumes and different shapes that we want on our hair. Right? Now, there are various needed I will create the volumes of the hair generally, of course, with no details, not right now. Again, I say we will add the details in the phase that we are coloring our work. So I'm just separating my volumes and my parts with these lines very simply right now. So just like this, I'll determined the placements that when I'm applying my color, I would not misplace my hair and I would not lose my hair, the shape of it. And even if it didn't want to bring color on it, it was better to do this to determine the hair part by part, not all at once. Because that's the shape of this character. Okay? Now we're also going to create the volume for this side as well. So we'll have our hair part by part completely. Then we also create div volume of the hair which should be placed on this lower part on the bottom. So I'll use the lines that I'm creating to create it braided hair. In this way, I will create the volumes like this for my braided hair. As you can see, I'm having my volumes and I'm creating the imperfectly part by part. I mean, in fact, when we are creating a texture for our hair and we will just go in crossing shapes. I mean, first we create a circle, then a semicircle beneath that, and another one beneath that, and so on. Again, I insist that in this phase, we are only creating the general shapes, not the details of our work. Okay? Now I would also determine this part of the hair in this way. And then move on to my characters neck. And I will also create her neck in this way easily. And definitely we should determine the placement of the ears, even if parts of that is underneath our hair. And then when I want to check my ears to see if they are at the same level. I'll create a horizontal line to check the level of my ears. I would also determine the volume of the hair that has come on the ear in this way. And then I'll create it. Right. Now. The edges of the hair, the tip of the hair are not completely straight and they should be a little bit wavy. So we want to color it. We would definitely work on it more and more to create a texture that we want. Then we would also work on this ending part of the face. And then I'm going to use as a guideline and imaginary line that goes through the center and the middle of the face. So I can level everything and I can determine the placement of different parts of my face. So I will create these guidelines which include the guidelines for the ears, for the eyes, for the nose, for the labs, and even the placement of the eyebrows. Okay. You can determine this middle line at the beginning of your work. But because I wanted to work on the volume of my hair at first to create the general shape of them. I've created this slide after the hair and some general shapes, but you can create it at first as well. That's your choice totally. Okay. Then I will create my characters color on her clothes. And then from the signs of the colon, I'll come down, go on the shoulders and the rest of the clouds. And I'll do the same also for the other side. So I will continue this line behind my clouds and continue my work from this side as well. It's just so easy, should just follow the lines and have them. I'll consider this side a bit more and the other one a bit less because the shape of my characters clothes should be in this way. I mean, I wanted to be this way. So if you change the parts of your word knowledge, well, your work would be more attractive. 24. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are continuing our sketching, creating our primary sketch for our female character. We want to determine the placement of the eyebrows and eyes right now. I'm going to start with determining the placement of the eyebrows in air primary sketch. With the help of my guidelines, obviously, browser by characters do not have to. I mean, they're not supposed to have so much volume, therefore, just create them linear theory. Because she's a girl. Therefore, she has shaped her eyebrows. And for the top part of our eyebrow, we can get some help from another guideline. And we can do the same for the part beneath our eyebrow in order to keep our whole work in one shape and cohesively. So I'll move on to the eyes. And I will create the general shape for the eye. In this way. I'll work on one eye at first. And then I'll create the other one, the help of my guidelines. So this is a general shape of one of our eyes that definitely I would check it with my eyebrows. And it would look like this. And then with the help of my guidelines, I would also create my other high. As you can see, I'm creating guidelines wherever I can to get help from them to make a cohesive and it's symmetrical work altogether. Now at the same distance, I will create the other, I create the general shape of the eye like this. And then I will create the part inside of the eye in this way. And then for the other, I would also do the same. I mean, I'll create a circle for my pupil and for the inner parts of the eyes, which would look like this. And then I can also make my lines be more clean and clear. I mean, wherever wherever you feel is extra and you think there are extra lines, you can just easily erase them so we can move on more clear. So it's better to make a clean work because we want to bring the colors into our work. Our work would be seen better. Okay. I'm already working on some shadings inside of my eye. I mean, inside of both of my eyes. And then obviously I'll create a shine, a light inside of my pupils. So also determine them. The light of the eye is the only place that is not symmetrical and it can be in different shapes. All right? So this is a darkness inside of our eye. And the eye itself, which is the most complete. And we've created with the help of our guidelines, the help of them. I could create them almost completely like each other. And I'll give a small volume to my eyebrows. And then this would be our result. So this is the episode about a sketching the eyes and eyebrows of girl and female character. Again, even we can, you can connect these two front part of the eyes just to be sure. And obviously you can always erase these guidelines and you should do that. So there's no, there's no necessity for these lines to stay on your work. You can easily erase any line that you want and keep the ones again that you want. So again, I say, if you create your primary sketch wrongly and we'd mistakes when you bring color into your work. Now totally it wouldn't cover your mistakes, but also it will make them pop out even more. 25. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are continuing our work and we are going to create the nose and the lips for my beautiful female character, right? First of all, I consider a volume for my character's nose. And just like this, I'll create an oval as my character's nose. For my nose is placement. And then I would also determine the placement of the nostrils here. In this way. Now I will determine the placement of my nostrils. And then I would also erase the upper area because it shouldn't be seen here. It shouldn't be in our work. I've just created at right now. In order not to lose my sketching. It was kind of a guideline for me to create my overall without any mistakes. And then I'll move on to my character's lips. And then creates a very small volume for my character's lips. Because I want her to have a small lips. I don't want her to have a big mouth. Are very thick lips. We would not get into the details right now because we are going to create our work with colored pencils. Therefore, because you want to apply color on our sketch, we would not create so many details right now in our primary sketch. And then we would bring the details on our work with our colored pencils. So these are the lips and nose and we check them with the ears to see if they are in the right placement. 26. Hair Coloring Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends again. We are here. We did another tutorial session with you. And in this session we are going to color and the other character, fifth created the primary sketch of this character in previous sessions. And now we are going to color it. First of all, we are going to lighten our primaries sketch in order to color it. And definitely because I want to create light half ahead. I mean, I want to create blonde hair for her. You should lighten the primary sketches lines so much. Therefore, your pencil color would not actually gets your colors, get your blonde colors messy. And it would make it not attractive. Therefore, you should definitely lightened the primary sketch. Okay, we have lightened the hair. And also we'll do the same for the face. Although that our character has lots of hair. We are going to do that for all parts of it. So just like this, I will lighten it. And then we'll move on to our face competence. And we also lighten them. Just like this, as you can see. Then later, we'll move on to place our colors on our character. Okay? Now I will start my work with the colors that I want for day hair, which are light colors obviously, as I said before, the first thing that I do is that the parts which should be darker, I'm going to use my color 352 on it and separate the parts which are going to be darker. Again, I repeat with color 352. So I will divide and separate some parts that we've already determined by our pencil in our primary sketch, but we've lighten it as you can see. But in here with this color, we're going to separate them. And these parts should be darker. Either it's because of the volume or it's because of the hair line. I'm just going to separate these parts from the rest of the work. Now. The parts where it gets closer to the skin, we would determine them as well. And also from this side, I will consider this area as a part of hair which has been separated by also determine this area. The part which is closer to my skin. To my skin. And I do the same for the rest. Okay, now I would move on to the colors that I want to work with. And I start from one part of my hair and I start coloring, right? I'm going to use my AUC color 383. Is suitable for this area, which includes the most darkness in our hair area. And then I would place one layer of brown color 370 eight on this area. Because here is actually the darkest part that we can see now work. Alright. Now I'm going to cover my the volumes area. I'm going to cover my hair with color 300 four. So I'm using my color 304 to fill this area with this color. First. I create a circle for our light color. And you'll feel that, which is actually deaf foundation of our hair colors. This is a basic color for our hair. So I place this color on my character's hair. And then I will use other colors to complete this color and make it look better. So we move on the parts that we want to R. And we will use a color that we want. So I'm working on the parts which needs to be darker and they need more color. And then I choose my gray color 348, to work on this outer parts of the hair. So I would go over the ones exactly like this. And then I'll create some more lines outside of the hair with this color. Somehow I'm creating the hair which are more towards the outside. But we are not creating them in a special order. It's very chaotic and messy. Mean. We want to show that a part of the hair has gone through the back of the hair and some hair is coming out of it. I'm going to use brown color 370 eight. And I am going over some parts to add more darkness in some of our places. And then I'm going to use yellow color 307. And I will add some more colors to this area, just like this. And then after that with color 352, I will color this area which is the meeting point of hair and a face in here hair has been stopped to deface. And also this part that has been gone behind the ears. Then I would add some more color in here. And then the color 396, I would add one more layer of color to my work. Dress like this. Now because our hair color is blond and it's so light, we're going to use the colors that are light. So these are the colors that will actually help us to create light and blondes color for the hair. Now, we are using them. As you can see. We're using gold colors, light colors like gray, yellow, and other stuff. And we would also use a gray color because our hair is going toward the white hair as well. I mean, this is I'm using gray color in order to show my character's hair better. For example, in some parts like here that we have a curve. I can use some of my lines, some of my gray lines to show that. And just like this, I can create some lines to show day hairs volume. As easy as you can see here. Some parts of the hair which are on top and some others that has been going underneath them and some of them are below them, below the rest of the hair. And then we're going to use them. We are going to use these lines in order to show the volume of our character's hair better and more. Because our character's hair is blonde. Well, we might not have as much color as Russia. But definitely it depends on a character's hair color. And obviously the volume that we want to share. Because we have more volume and our character's hair. We are going to show this volume. We Day use of these colors that you're seeing right now. Now I'm going to move onto the next part of the hair and create some lines. Eyes are a presenter of my volume of the hair. And I'll continue my work. Just the impulse that the hair is been separated as a part. You can show those parts way more easier because you can see clear contrasts and you can work on those parts more easily. Now my basic and foundation color will be used here. And I would do the same for this area. And this area which is coming toward inside of the face. And then after that, I'm going to use next colors. There are colors to work on the parts which needs to be done. So I would apply the color as this. For this area dance, my hair has been twisted. I'm going to use my gray color as this. I would add my colors here. And I would do the same for this top part of the hair root is upper part of the hair. The only thing that you should really pay attention to is that you should place your colors, apply your colors, and do your coloring or creating your lines in the same direction as your hair is growing. So keep that in mind because it's very important. And after we've used our gray color, we are going to use other colors on top of it to make our color more complete. As you can see, there would be some lines on the size of the hair, as we did for that lower part next to the ear. Because as you get your hair so clean and good, there might be some hair coming out of your hit head and hair. And it can get a little messy. And in this way, we can also show that our work is not flat and it has some dimension. Can also create some more hearing here. And then make it more attractive. Or even some places, I'm going to use my color 376, which is a very dark brown. I'm going to create some several lines between the hair with my dark color just to show the volume of the hair. Just to show it better. So I'm going to apply this dark color in some parts. And sometimes I will do that, not always. And we use this color so little. We don't know which one to overdo it because she has blonde hair and this kind of color is only suitable for small places, several places. And when you use a variety of colors in your work, you are actually making it more attractive. Why you should remember? These, say, we should use different colors yet, we shouldn't use different colors that are not related to each other. I mean, they should have a harmony together. So then I will use this color on my parting and my care line. But generally, my work is bright and light work. Therefore, it should be done in colored with light colors. I mean, the majority of it should be like that. You might use dark colors only in some small areas. And in some parts you can see more light. In some other parts you can see more darkness. For example, these from parts of the hair which are separated have so much more light on them. Therefore, we are going to create just several lines with our gray color on them. Very, very limited. And then after that, we'll use the yellow color on top of them. And even I'm going to use my white collar on this area. They want to make sure we have this shine on the hair. 27. Primary Skin Coloring Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello till love my dear friends. We are here again with continuing coloring our Woman character. And as you can see, we are working and completing our character's hair. And again, I say because her hair is blonde, we are using light colors to complete the hair. Then I'm going to use color 304 again. And I add a layer of color in this part. And then again I erase the parts which have been left from our primary sketch because our work is so light and these lines may cause problem or darkness or making our messy. So I prefer to erase them, enlighten them. And then again, I emphasize, you should be really careful not to drag your hand on your work because your colors would just spatter around and it will ruin your work. Therefore, I will use my brush to take off the extra trash of eraser from my work. Just like this, I create my foundation base color. And then on top of that, I'm going to add my other colors. I will use color for this area. Also for here, a little, not too much. And also for here. And definitely for the part inside of the hair. And then I will use my gray color again for this area. Because our hair is really blond. Creating these colors. Just take a bit more of your time. So gradations of color may be a bit more complicated and it'll definitely take more time from you. And just like this, I will come over some parts and I will use my gold color on them. So I'll color it in the direction that my hair is growing or in the direction that my hair is placed. And it's going, for example, if I go to ponytail or a bomb, we would create our hair in that direction. And then we'd putting some lines right next to each other, we will create a volume. Easy peasy. And as we did for the other part, we are going to use our brown color 376 to work on some parts. And even more than this. So I'll overcome them again like this. In order for us to use, to be able to use a variety of colors. And for this bar that the hair has been separated and a part of it has gone down. I can also use a darker color. And then I would come again and work on some parts with my gray color Just as this. And then because we want this area to have more light on it, you would work on this with our white color, this part and here. And as you can see, we have blonde hair. And then I'm going to add some color on this top part of the hair. I'm adding color if I've missed to mention. And also a little bit of gray would be so great in here. So I'll use it just like this. And then I'll move on to the next part. And again, I apply the foundation base color just as this. And also on this part which the hair has came over the year and it's covering some part of the ear. And even this area that went down after going to the back of the hair. And then I'm going to use my other colors to work on this area more and more, adding more details and stuff like that. So with my color, I would apply color to some places. And then we'll move on to gold color. And just like this, we will have some lines in the same direction as our hair. See the direction doesn't change. It's just the placement and colors that are a little bit different. Not too much. Just a little. As you can see that the procedure is almost the same. I will work on some parts with this scholar and some other parts with gray or wide. So as you can see, we're trying so much to have a variety, a good variety of color. And we are going to use all the colors that we've used for the rest of the hair for this part as well. Just like this. Okay. Then I'm going to use my dark brown 376. And I'll work on this area. And I'm determining some more lines in order to show the volume better. Just like this. Okay. Now we'll move on to our faces scan and then a fit was needed later or we will come back today hair again. Now, I'm going to use the base color 330 for the foundation of our skin color. We start from the side, from the corners of dephase and we'll start coloring it. As this. And as you know, we, we will place one layer of this color all over our face. Also the ears. And even we will lighten the lines of our ear a little without dairy, sir, like this. And then we will use our skin color in all over our face. So that's what we're doing right now. As you can see. We are placing our colors in there, right placement. And wherever we have the hair coming inside of our face, we are careful not to color that area. And I'll be as slavery would not go inside of the eye. We are just moving on deface. You'll also play some color inside the ear. And as this, we will create one layer of this color all over our face as the foundation of our skin tone. And we would also do that on the nose, which is a very important part of course. Again, I say, I repeat on, I emphasize we would know upscale inside of the eye. And then we will create a layer of this color all over our face. Right? And then we'll move on to the next word which is closer to us. And we get more color from it. We add more color to it. Just says this. And then around the eyes, we would do the same. And we had a blonde hair. We also have a lighter skin tone and is completely a light skin tone. Therefore, I'm going to use color 329, which is a pink. For the rest of our skin. Like this. We are going to work on a lightest skin 10. So we are going to use very, very light colors. And our skin tonnage is in pink colors and even a little light purple color. And it goes toward this side. The colors would move on toward this side. Obviously because our skin color should be lighter and lighter than this. So just as easily as this, we will also go around the hair and the hair line on the face. Now in here, because we have the shadow of this hair coming inside of this part of the face. We would play some more color on it in order to show the shadow as a result of hair coming on the face. And we want to emphasize on it a little. And then I'll come over here. And I'll use, even in some parts, I can use my orange color, especially on the sides of the face. Which are closer to the hair. And then after that, I'm going to use Scala 327 again on the side of the head and try to bring it a little bit toward the forehead. You should be careful about something because the skin is so light. Some parts are too light and because the light is coming this way, some parts would be done even lighter than this. So try to keep that in mind. You should definitely pay attention to this point. Because it is very important. Okay, we will work on this inner part of the ear. We would create our skin tone even a little bit darker. And for this area, for her cheekbones, I'm going to use more pink color. But of course we can use our foundation color to our skin tone foundation, and we can bring it in this area a little bit more, and then we can add our pink color on top of it. That's obviously a better way. Okay. And then I will apply my pink color over that. As I said before. If you move on step-by-step, this would be so easy for you to create a mix color, which looks great and so attractive. And it will actually help your work. You can do this with some lines that you're more comfortable with it. And you should just be careful that you would move only on your cheekbone. Knows anymore, Not any further. And I'm doing this with Sarah clarity movement. And if you want to, you can even use hatches are shadings and we are comfortable with any other kind of lines and you can continue your work with them. So just as this will work on our cheekbone and we'll color, it would create our color. And as you can see, I'm not separating the colors. All of a sudden and I tried to go upward a little and then I would move on to the forehead and the top part of the hair. So I'm going to continue that way. And just as this, I'll have my colors. Light, light colors. Okay. So this is my pink color. 28. Coloring Eyebrows, Eyes and Nose Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello to all of my dear friends. We are going to continue our work on coloring our female character. So all together we are working on this skin tone for her. And we are actually completing our skin tone color. And as you obviously know, the parts of our work which have, which has a shadows should be darker comparing to the parts which are exposing to the light. Therefore, we will work on the parts which have some shadows. And then I'm going to use my color 306 for the shadow underneath the nose. So we are going to, again, I say we are going to dark and the parts which have the shadow of some other parts on themselves. Because deadline has been shining on our work from this side, from the right side. Therefore, this shadow and the darkness should be in this direction, should be in the opposite direction. And we should actually have this shadow on this parts. Just as this. I'll come over here and I would also add a layer of color of my gray color. In this area. In my work. We also need more darkness for it is slower area beneath the chin and also beneath it knows because these are the parts that are more exposed to the darkness and shadows. So we should have some more shading here. Also for this area, for this part underneath, even underneath the eyes. And also for disbarred on the forehead. And of course, this area underneath the graphs. Whatever you want to say. Now I'll come over here, I'll work on the eyebrows and eyes. And then if it was needed, I would definitely add some are shadings to the face. Now for my characters eyebrows, I'm going to use color 376 as this. And the thing that I should remember and I should pay attention to is only that I should create my lines in the same direction as my characters. Eyebrows are growing. So I'm going to apply the color in the exact same direction. So it would look better and more cohesive. Now, we should move towards the direction of the eyebrows and some parts should be done with the other one. The other direction. They'll move on to the next eyebrow. And I'll repeat the same thing. And the other eyebrow. You should pay attention. My friends. That you would move on the rails and you wouldn't go outside of them. Mean you wouldn't get out of the line in here. So this is one of the most important things that you should remember. And then I'll come over here. And I use a little bit of my black color 399, in order to give kind of a strong darkness to this area Beneath the eyebrows. And also in the center part of the eyebrow. Just says this. And also for the other eyebrow because it's in the inner part of my work that is not really exposed to the light. I would apply generally more, I would apply it general more darkness to all of my eyebrow. And why am I doing this? Because again, I sit my eyebrow is on the left side of the face, which is not really that much exposed to the light because the light is shining from the right side. Therefore, on this side of the face, everything would be darker comparing to the other side. So now we will move on to our character's eyes and we'll continue with the same black color. Then I'll start from this upper part of the eye, which is the darkest part of the eye. And I'll continue to do back of the eye. I apply the enough darkness on my eye, especially in this top part, the upper part of the eye, because as I said before, it's the darkest area. And then when I'm finished at the back, I will move towards the lower part of the eye. Always the upper part of the idolized on the upper part of the eye is our darker comparing to the lower ones. And a courting. And based on that character has eyelashes or not. We can even add more darkness or reduce it. So for example, in this character, I will consider some eyelashes for her because I want her to look so pretty. And then I will come over here and I'm using my pencil to create some lines coming out of the eye, coming outward and there would be my eyelashes. And after that, I also add a little bit more darkness to my I, j, k. And then I would work on this inner part of the eye like this. And then I would apply the needed and necessary darkness inside. And be careful not to work on the light which exist in the pupil. Because we should keep this area and we should keep it white. So be very careful in order to keep it. You should also feel the darkness inside of their pupil. Because your characters, I would pop out really well. And then after that, I'll move on to the next. And I'll do the same as I did for the other one. So the procedure is the same again, I I insist. And whatever I did for the other eye, for the rise, I I'll do it for my left eye. So first, I'll darken this line, the upper line of the eye. As you can see. My darlings, please pay attention that our primary sketch, it is very, very important. Yet it is really, really crucial because painting yes, is a technique and coloring is taking me. But a few are primary sketch has some kind of issues or mistakes. With coloring good, You're just emphasizing on that mistake. And that would be just problematic for you. So while you are creating your primaries good sketch, it should be very, very careful and always use your guidelines in order to make sure that all of your parts are in the right place and the right size. And you should never just do your primary sketch. So much mirage and so fast and without any attention to the details on it. Okay. Well, I would also add the eyelashes on this side. And then I'll move on. Tour the darkness inside of the eye, like this. And then I would apply the darkness inside of Maya I like here. So I create diaries, I create a Pew pill. And F there that I'm going to feel this inner part of the eye with my black color. Why? I try to keep the lights in my pupil completely untouched because I want it to be white. And then after that, I'll keep this slide in Miami. And I will darken my work. Did darkest area of our I is this line above the eye, the upper line of the eye. So this upper eyelid is darker comparing to the other parts like this. And we try to connect the front part of the eye and this front corner of the eye with a very light line. And then after that, we will add our eyes color. And then we will darken the rest of our work later, definitely. Now I'm going to use cholera 351 to color my character's eyes, which are blue. I'm going to use my blue color for inside of the eye. In this shape, it's going to be completed. But as you can see, this side is a little bit different from the other side of the face. So we are doing them a little different. Yet in both parts of the face. In both sides of the face, we tried to create the upper part of the eye darker. But for the lower area, we try to make a little bit difference and dark in the lower part of the left, I get a little bit more than their eye to eye. And we would also do the same for the other eye. So completes my darkness in here. And we would also do the same for the other eye. Just as well as this. And this is my eyes. These are my eyes. Would move on to the nose and if it was needed later, we will add some more colors to the eyes later. After the end of our work. Then I will pick my pink color and I would work on my nose. In this way. On this side that we have more shadow, we will add more pink color. And then with my gray color, I would work on the nose itself as this. And then F there that inside of my nostril, I'm going to use 378 and I will darken that area. After that. They're working on the nostrils. I'm going to use my base color, my 330 color, which is the foundation of my skin tone, color, this lower part of the nose. And I would add some darkness to it. And I would work. And this area, as you can see. 29. Coloring Nose, Lips and Skin Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello, To love my friends again, we are going to continue our coloring on our character. And now again, I'm going to work on denotes drills. I just want to work on them a little bit more. And then after that, I'll pick up my color 348. And I will apply it on the shadow beneath the nose. I'm just going to work on it a little bit more. And then after that, I also apply some color beneath the lips to create more color and the shadows and shavings again. And also beneath the eyes. And can also see this color here. You've seen all of this part would be a bit darker. Generally. I will move on to this side of the nose, nose bridge. And I would add some more color to it like this. And then after that, I will work on this shading on this shaded area, shaded side of the nose. And I apply a bit more color on it. And again, I'm going to use color, the pink color 329, and I'll use it on my work. So I tried to combine our colors as much as we can until we get to color that we want in this way. And then again, I'm going to use a bit more of color 396 to this lower part of the nose. And then F their dad, I'll move on to my character's lips. Now, for her lips, we're going to combine several colors together and makes them start with the color 318. And later on, I will add more colors to it. First of all, I would work on this middle and central line between the lips. And then I'll move on toward the upper lip, which would be like this in this shape. And obviously after that, I'm going to work on the lower lip. And at last I'm going to use color 320 one a little. And I will feel my upper lip with this color a little, not too much. And then also I'll feel inside of my lower lip as well. And on the part that we have some shadings, I will make my lip darker. And then I'm going to use my color 327 on the parts, which I believe are lighter. And then again, I'm going to use the 318 for it a second time. And I will work on my upper lip a bit more. And in order to give a bit more darkness to my lab, I would also use brown color number 376 here. So I apply it a little on my lip, but it should be really limited. I do not want to transfer lots of colors in it. I just wanted to give it a slightly darkness. And then I'm going to use my CUDA 327 to create a layer on my lips lines. And yet again, we are going to use our colors for an ellipse. And then I will create the ending part of the lips. And then again, I will add some darkness to the upper area and area. And then after that I will apply a layer of pink color on our lighter area. Then I'm going to use color 320 one, and I'll create one more layer of color on my lip. Just like this. And then because our lives are a bit darker, I'm going to use my blue collar number 344, which is a very dark blue. So I'll try to work with it. Let's sell on the upper lip. And for these colors which are too dark, you should use them. Very limited and which so, with so much cautious, you shouldn't work on them so strongly and you shouldn't emphasise on them because it might ruin your work. Should be really careful with them. Now, these are my character's lips. I would emphasize on my line between the lips and I will add a little bit more color to it. And I also apply my black colors, so, so little on my lower lip. Very, very slightly, very smoothly and very little. You should pay attention that you would not put any pressure on it. Then again, I'm going to use my color 320 seven. And I will go over my black color once. And then four and this line between the lips, I'll do the same. All right, now, I will use my skin tone color for hair, right? Cheek bone, which is on the side of the light shining. So I use it, apply my color like this. And then after that. I will use it ended up my pink color on my cheekbone. And then after that, we'll move forward to my character's hair. Improved them a bit more too. I'm using the base color 300 four, like this. So I'll try to cover all parts. And then I'm going to use my gold color. And I would just apply some more lines here, add some more lines here. Exactly like this. And then I'll separate this area from the other one. And line of our phase would be created with gray color in this way and in this shape. And then I'll use my AUC color on my hair to separate it from the face. And then from this area, I will start adding my colors like this. Right? Now, I'll come and I'll use a color brown. I will add some more color to this area which should be separated. And also the lower part of the ear like this. And then I'm going to use my gray color on this part of my work. Right now. I'm going to work on my cheekbones a little bit more because the pink area of the cheekbone should be visible a lot more than this. So we will work on different parts part by part at first. Because I want you to create this work with me. And if some parts will be done, will be overdue. You can know to understand where is the problem of your work and you would not know how much we are progresses, therefore, Move on, work on some other part and then work on the next one and come back. And if it was, if any help and any editing needs to be done somewhere, I'll do together. And this side should have a bit more color obviously. And also this area around the ions needs a little bit of this color. So I'll add this collar around my eyes just a little. And now for this area beneath the eyebrow, we will use a bit of our base, our basic skin tone, color. Pay attention that in any part, you'd have to move into direction which is necessary. For example, if you're creating the corner of the eye, tour down, you should come down. If you're focusing on this horizontal shape, you should create an, apply your colors in a horizontal shape or vice versa in the vertical way. Because in this way, that takes shrug your skin would be seen lot more better. Trust me. And we did the same for the other eyebrow as well. We will add some more colors. And then we will move on the part of our phase which has darkness in it, and obviously some shadings. Then I will move downward. And I will create even a bit more color beneath the lips. And then that will be the chin at also the shadow beneath. Didn't knows. Okay, and so this is a basic procedure of coloring. Do not forget it. And obviously, with enough research and Vina everyday enough practice, you can get a very, very good results from your work. So don't be worried, just practice, practice, and practice. That's the key to success. And this area on the head should be a bit darker, so I would apply some more colors to it. And then I can even create the shadow of the hair, which is coming toward inside of the face. Like this. And our work is step-by-step, slightly come all together. 30. Continue Coloring Hair and Neck Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends again, we are going to continuing our coloring with female character. Now we want to continue our hair. We did color 304, which is a base scholar for us. And we use it for the lower part of the hair. So continue our work with this. And then retry to feel all of this area, all of this area with the base scholar 300, four. And then we completely bring our base color and our background color on our work. And if there's any trace of European selling anywhere, you can erase it. We DR. eraser, I'm going to use 300, 83, which is my ocher color. And then later I will add the other colors. Right now I want to just add a layer of oak color to our work. And then I'm going to use my brown color 376. And I want to apply it on the inside part of the hair which is closer to the neck and to our coats. Actually, I will continue my work. And just like this, I will come over here and I will color the darkest area under bottom of our hair with this technique. Right? And on some parts, I'm, will apply this scholar on inside of the hair. As you can see. But we have dumbest darkness. In this area. Near to the end of the hair. You'd have darkest area in here. Just like this. And then I will use my black color to work on this line. For the neck. It's actually separating the hair from the neck. And our Kohler. I will make this area completely dark, as you can see right now. K. And then I'm still using my black color for this area. So I can even bring some of this color towards the inside of the hair. Just a little, not too much. I'll bring gij easily stored inside of the hair. And then again, I apply my brown color in this area. So it would look like this. Okay. Now we are going to work on the rest of the hair under parts of the hair that we haven't worked on. Now I'm going to use color 352, which is a gold color. And I'm going to use it on here. Just using a little bit of a note too much, just to give that blonde hair a very good color. And a lower part of the hair because it's actually brain-dead. We should consider that for each part of the hair, we should go in a different direction. So you should definitely show these different direction in our work. In your work to show that this part of the hair is braided. For example, this part will come to this direction and we consider a part of it light like this. We will use our yellow color and white color on it. And on some of farts, we will use brown color, our dark brown color, to create some lines in order to show a contrast and to give it a great volume. And on this part, which we want to go toward inside, I will work like this. I'll change my directions and I'll work like this. Now I want to work on this twisted part. I'm going to use my car 348 and create this shape as a twisted part of the hair. And then I will work on the other part the same way. And then I would want to work on this lower area. And I would also color the part of the hair, which has to be to sit. So I use my gray color to show the twists in this braided hair. Now I will come again and I will work with my color 352, which is a gold color. And I will move on these lines just like this. And then this middle part, which my work has been twisted and it's actually the darkest part of the hair. I will use my dark brown here. Again, I say, this is the center of our brain. This is where our hair has been twisted. And obviously, it's the darkest area. And I would also add some more color between my lines like this. I will work on some parts with my white color. And so and these parts that we are adding the hair we can note bring any more color above them. Therefore, while we are coloring it at first, we should be very careful. And when we are adding the other colors, again, we should be careful not to come inside these parts. And just like this, our work has some shine in. It, will add some more brown color in some parts of my work. And for the rest of the work, we can even add some color in this way. So we would have a beautiful blonde color in her hair. And then I'm going to use my brown color 378 on some parts don't everywhere. So in some other parts, we can even use a gray color, 396. So they can easily work on different parts of the hair with different colors and get a mixture out of them, which would be suitable for the thing, for the color that we want to have in our outcome, in our result. Okay, now I will erase inside of this area with my eraser and this upper part of the hair. Therefore, we can have a shine and enlight inside of our hair. So this way I work would look way more attractive and beautiful. If there would be some light and some shine in our work, then I will use my brown color to work on the dark lines. So this way, eight can be seen so beautifully as you're seeing it right now. Okay. Now I would want to work on this lower area. After we've applied the lines in here. Next we are going to the lower part of the hair, which is our next sprayed. It would be dark again. And then in the next step, in the next part, we have a darkness like this. So this is the last part of our braided hair that can be seen. As easy as this. I will apply the darkness that I have in my hair. And I would apply them where ever dare needed. So as you've observed, we consider some lines for the darkest areas, for the dark areas of our work. And then on the light parts, we will use our OK. color 383 to show our lighter colors. And we use on these parts so little with my AUC color. She has beautiful braided hair and it should be colored beautiful as well. So try to make it look really attractive. Now next to the lines that we've worked on, our brown color, I will use my OLC color to create that contrast and to create dead volume in the end. And then I will use my gold color on the parts in which my hair has been twisted and has been separated. So I'm using my gold color on these areas. Okay. So this would be almost the final result for the hair. Now, I'm going to work on the neck. And if it was needed later, I will come back to the base of the hair. So I'm using my basic skin tone color for the foundation of the skin on the neck. So it's obvious because all of her body should definitely have the same color and same color skin. So start from the darker areas and then we shade towards the lighter parts. And again, I emphasize that this is our base skin tone color. So we tried to work on our neck as much as we can see it. And then later, I'm going to use other colors which we've used on the face. For example, the pink color 329 has been used on the face. So we can also use it on our neck. When you do this, you're actually creating a cohesive coloring between the face and neck. And this is a really, really good point. Now that part on the throat, on vended throat connects to the draw and the chin is actually the darkest area that we can have on our skin. Therefore, we would add some ocher color in this area. And then we will use gray color here, 396 for this area. Throat, like this. So as you can see, I'm coloring with circularity movements beneath our throat, on the neck. And then again, I will use my basic skin tone color by Foundation color. And I will add one more layer of color on top of all of them. Just once more. And then also move downward. 31. Clothing Coloring and Final Details Of the Golden Haired Girl Character: Hello my dear friends again, we are going to continue coloring our character. We are working on our characters neck. We add some more color to it in this way. And then they'll move on to our characters clothes. But before we do that, definitely we have to lighten our lines from our primary sketch with our eraser in order to keep our coloring light. And then we would move on to coloring. First, we should definitely do this because you don't want our colors to get messy. All right, now the first thing that I would do is that I'll keep the graphic designs that I need to keep on my clothes. I mean, there are some fashion, fashion is set designs. So I'm going to use my white collar to go over these parts and to determine my designs. So because our clouds would be whiten light, the best way to keep the designs is to go over them with a white color so we can create our close as light as we want. So I'm using my white-collar ones. And I am going over these designs and lines only once. Because the parts which are snowy, we should keep them completely white in this way. And then I'm going to continue with the blue colors. I'm going to use color 345. And I'm going to start from the edge of my clothes and move downward to get the color that I want. And then on the inner side of the Kohler and close, I will bring this line closer to my neck, just like this. And then when Koehler our neck, I'm going to show that more there with my black color. So just like this, I do the same for the other sides of our color, is sticking to the skin and smashing it. I'm going to use border lines to obviously dark border lines to separate them. Then again, I choose my blue color, I change it to work on this area. Then after that, I would twist my codes coal are and then I'll come down like this. Now I would move on to do the colorings. And this light area on this part of this area, I'm going to work with lighter colors. So I would apply more color in here. Now, I want to color all of my fabric. In this way, for the parts which are steadily for the snowy designs on our clothes, I would not work at all because those parts need to stay wide and two light. And I would also keep the zooming line in here. And I also erase this area which was which has been colored by mistake. So just like this, we will continue our work. And we will work on this inner part of the fabric here, which is our snowy area. And we keep the other side. And we work on the inner parts. We will call our parts all the inside parts with our blue, and we keep the rest of the work White. So this might be confusing for you. Yet you should move on with this work. Very carefully about which parts you should leave them white and which parts you should color. This is a very important thing that you should definitely pay attention to. This area is wide and the next area, the area next to it is blue. So if you have on the parts that you wanted, your I mean, if you went over the parts that you wanted, white with white pencil, you would then be mistaken here and you would move on more easier in this phase. And you should definitely color blue. Use the color blue on the inner parts of your snowy shapes. As you can see. We've drawn what I've just said. And then we tried to color this area with more details, with more cautious. And we tried to give it even more color in order for the rest of the parts to be more visible. And you should also use the color 351 and bring a layer of color on our clothes. With this pencil. And work with definitely be even more attractive and better than this. Okay? And the colors get combined together as they mix together, our work would be seen way more better. So just like this. We would also make inside of our snowflakes blue. We show the design of our snowflake. Now, this is it. And I would want to work on inside of the Kohler. And I would just add some more color to it. And I made the outer part a little bit more determined like this. I'm going to use color 344 on this outer edge of my cole R. Therefore, I can separate it and then move on to this side of the color. And we'll do as same as we did for the other side, which would look like this. And then again, I would color the other side of this area. And because on this side we have the hair coming down on her shoulder, we cannot see lots of designs in here and in this side, the designs, most of them have been covered by day here. Okay. And then I'll use my color 344 and I create a layer on this edge. And then again, as we did for the other side, I will go over my snowflakes designs with my white color. Therefore, it wouldn't be any extra colors on any of the works. So just like this. All right. Now I will add my blue color to my work. Started coloring from one corner, from one side. This would actually be the inner part of the snowflakes which I'm working on right now. And then I will color this area like this. We worked both on the blue parts and on the white parts. On the white parts, we've gone over them with just one simple pencil. And we can clearly see that white-collar, these parts and the blue colors around them. So this is actually. Design of my codes. Yet I'm going to use my blue color 351 to bring some more color into the work. And then here we have the other side of the work as well. Okay. Now I want to come over here again and work on our eyes just a little bit more. And as you can see, I forgot to create the eyelashes on the lower eyelid for her. And I do the same for the other eye, obviously because they should be symmetrical. And also it needs a bit more darkness on it. Just a bit. So I'll add two D eyelashes and little bit more. And I would gave more darkness on our lower eyelid. And then I'll use my pink color again around my eyes. And little bit more. Also. Add some of this color to this upper part of the eye. And then for this side part of the hair, a little bit more. And then I would even add some more herring here. So messy hair is still here. Because I want my work to look DAD trial, therefore, I'm doing this to help her. And I'll do the same for this area. I would add some more hair in this area. Okay. So this is our beautiful, beautiful female character that I should also add some more darkness in this upper part of the hair. Yes, here, some darkness needs to be done. So I used by brown color and I work on this area. Okay. So as you can see, I'm finishing the final details and touch ups. That's what you should do. You should complete each part at first as much as you can. And then at the end of your work, then you look at it. Generally, you should be satisfied we did with your use of dark colors are light colors. I would also do the same for this side of the hair. And then a little bit on the eye. Just like this. Now, our female character is ready to go. As I said before, these small details and touch ups are very crucial, important. So try to spend more time on it and at the end of your work you should definitely check it and edited. Then I would also add some more darkness in the ear. And for this, for this air because it's in front of the light, I would add my pink color only. And on this side, I will also use a little bit of my pink. All right, this is my beautiful, beautiful character. And I hope you enjoy it and see you again. 32. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello to all of my dear friends again, we are here with another character for you. This time. I want to create a character which has a tilted head. And also her face is turned toward us and we can see her face, but her body is backwards. I mean, we can see the back of her body and the front of her face because she is looking at us. So I create almost a circle. And then inside of it I create the direction of my face, the angle of my face. Then I would also determine the placement of the eyes and ears. And if you pay attention to the lines that I'm creating, lines are a bit corner raise because our face is turned and our head is tilted a little. Therefore, we will just respect Bayes rules and our lines would be in this shape. Then I will create the general shape of my character's hair. Here, here are going to be wavy and a bit carefully. So I'm going to show this in my primary sketch with the shapes that I'm going to create all over my hair. And then I will create the rest of the hair. I create the outer shape of the head. And I create my hair like this without any special order and even a bit messy. She has long hair with a big volume. She has lots of hair, as you can see. Then with small and big, short and long curved lines determined the volume of my hair. Then I would do the same also for the other side. So again, I'll create this side a bit messy, not too much organized. And I can even create the inner shapes of the hair a little. Then I would have my characters here. And then I want to create a part of the hair coming toward inside of the face. I mean, coming actually interface. And then obviously I would work on this side of the hair as well. So I'll bring this part in front of the ear and into the face. Okay. I'm going to emphasize on the volumes a bit more just to show them more and better. And this bar that has been twisted and turned, we would place a bit of hair on the other side, on the side beneath it as well. Okay. So these are my character's hair. Okay. Now I want to create her body. First. I'll create a part of the body that I wanted to be seen. And then I'll create the arms area. And then what I'm gonna do, then I will create the front part of the body like this, which again, as I said, has been turned. And then I will determine the placement of the hands. Then I will create my own characters coat, my characters jackets, and I'll determine it as well. Create the volume that I wanted to have. And then move on to the other one. And move on to the other hand, which has gone down onto behind that body. And I also want my slaves to be folded and bed. And then like this, I'll create my arms inside of my characters, the sleeves. And then I would also do the same for the other slave. Then I would work on the hands. And it doesn't matter which hand to start with first. You can just determine their placement. That will be enough. So I'll create the fingers of my hand which are placed on the edge of the clothes like this. And then I'll create the rest of my clouds. The part in which we should create our character shorts. We will determine it. And then we will create two parts of the shorts for our characters. So she's wearing shirts and drank it and it up, and she's got big hair. So we'll create our legs coming out of the shorts that we've created. This really tried to create them in the middle of your shorts. Try not to create your lines very straight and strictly because that would look so natural. And this way your work with look more attractive. And it will show the ups and downs, the curved parts and the prominent parts on your work better. And it also gives you a texture from what you're creating. Especially because it's a fabric on the jacket, on reassurance in the top. Therefore, it would be wrinkled or curved in some places. And that's why you should show it as well. And again, I say, because you want to show that texture, I'm going to create some wrinkles over here in order to make my work more attractive and more realistic. So I will work on my sleeves a bit more. But because we are going to bring color on top of our primary sketch, I do not work on the details too much. And then later I will add my details on my work with my coloring. So this is the general shape and primary sketch of our work. 33. Draw Eyebrows and Eyes Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello, To love my dearest friends again, we are going to continue our work on our girl character. Now we want to work on the eyebrows and the eyes. We can only see one of the eyebrows of our character. The other one is underneath her hair. And obviously it can be seen. Therefore, we'll only create this eyebrow that can be seen here. You'll only work with this one. And then I'll move on to creating my characters ice. My character's eyes are really big. Therefore, I will consider a big volume and a biggest space for my eyes like this. And I'm not going to use a circle, a circle for her eyes. Therefore, I will create my eyes in different shape as you can see. But then later, I should create this circle inside of the eye as her pupil and iris. But I'll leave the rest of the details for the time where I want to bring the colors into my character. So I will add more details in that step and that phase. Right now, I'm just creating a general shape and a general volume for it. That's it. And we also apply some eyelashes for her. Then we will want to work on the other eye. Obviously with our guidelines, we should create our other eye. And because our head is a bit turned and tilted at the same time, definitely the other I would be placed a bit lower than the one we have on this side. So as you can see, I've used my guidelines to create my eyes. And the circles from inside of the eyes, the pupil would be in the corner of the eye because again, I say the shape of our head, the position of our head will actually tell us to be placed here. Alright, dress like this. Here we go. And I can also complete the shape of my face right now because now I've created the eyes so I can complete the shape of my face and head. And I would also create the eyelashes for the other eye. So these are the general shapes for the eyes and the eyebrows. 34. Draw the Nose and Lips Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello. Hello, my dear friends again, we are here with continuing our work on our beautiful girl character. I want to create her nose and her lips and mouth. Now, I would bring my nose line down. I would bring my nose bridge down actually. And then I'll continue with the general shape of the nose. So just like this, I'll determined and Australia. And I will determine this area which can be seen from beneath, from actually behind the nose bridge. Then I would move forward to my character's lips and mouth. And I'll just create a linearly mouth for her. And it's also corner raise because her head is tilted and she has almost a cricket is smile. So just like this, I'll create a beautiful smile. Far my beautiful girls character. And I also determined the volume of the lower lip. And the upper lip has a very, very slight volume. And then we will have the rest of our work with colors. I mean, we add the more details with our colorings. But because we've created our lips, we can complete the area around the chin. I mean, we can complete the chin and jaw for her so we can give a volume to our head that can show her head is tilted. And comparing. And based on this placement of the labs, we can just change the placement of the hair a little as well. So this was our character's nose and lives, which we've created. A very simple way. 35. Hair Coloring Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello to all of my dear friends. We are here again with another sketch together. We worked on our primary sketch together, and now we're going to color it to see how its work. Okay. Now, as we did previously, I will lighten my primary sketch with my diary, sir, and then we'll start. So therefore, because I don't want my primary sketch to be so visible underneath my colors. I will lighten it. We will lighten it as much as we can keep the primary sketch and we can bring our color on it. And depends cell cannot be seen underneath our coloring. And the good thing about that is you have your primary is sketch, so you would not misplace anything. And at the same time, it's light so you can bring your colors easily on it. And they would not, they won't get messy. Now, I will add some more colors on my work. Now I'm going to start coloring my character with hair. She has to have orange hair. So I'm going to use my orange color and in some parts I will even use red and yellow. I would start with my color 316 for my character's hair. And I will work on the parts which I want to show my volume. And I will determine dose parts with my orange color. So as you can see, I'm just going around the parts that I need to color with my pencil. So I will separate these areas from the other parts that needs to be colored. I will continue my work as this. And I'll do the same for this other side of the hair. Now, what I'm gonna do, I'm going to use my yellow color and some parts. So I'm going to use my color 307 for this area for the beginning part of our character's hair. So I will use my yellow color as the base foundation color of these areas. And then I'll use my orange color and the z. Very slowly. I'll mix these colors together. So I will start like this. And I will mix the colors together. I'll combine them together. We'll use our orange color. In the direction of our hair growing in this way. So we'll work on these back parts. And these pores that I've separated or the frontal part of our character's hair. And then I will separate the back parts from different parts. Now that I have some color on my work, I will use my car 321, which is a red color. And I will apply some colors and some parts like this. So wherever I12 to be darker, I will use this red color on it. I will add my orange color and my red color in these middle parts. And I will work on some parts with my red color. And I will also bring this color a little bit here. Beneath the hair. Under the hair. Because I want this area to be a bit darker. So I will use my red color on these parts in this way. And then I will create my volume on some parts with my red. And then I will add my orange color again. But I will do this in the direction of our hair growing. They'll do all of this in the same direction. This is a very important point actually. Now we can create this hair. Wonder. How can we do that? We can just create, are going and coming back our back and forth longer. And some parts should be darker, especially the parts beneath and beneath the face. Okay. So because our hair is wavy, we should consider that a now coloring. So we should create some waves with our color. Therefore, our work would look more interesting. So basically we are creating a foundation color for our work. And then we'll bring our other colors. And we will bring our other colors on top of it. So we should place our foundation color like this. And then we should move toward. Day hairs direction. Okay. Our character's hair is completely failed. But this actually covers most of our volume as our character's hair. Then we'll bring our foundation color. And on top of this foundation color, we are create other colors with some hair volume. So just like that, we create all our hairs volume. Okay. And after we've applied one layer of our foundation and our base color, we will work on this inner areas with our dark red. So we'll create some shading in here, some darkness. And because our base color is orange, darker color can be read. So we wanted to show the volume of the hair. And we create some coronaries colors. So maybe the colors in our work. Because we wanted to show that we're not working on a straight hair. And the hair that we are working on is wavy. Therefore, we bring our colors like this. Now for the beginning of my work. And I will add some more yellow color to my work. And in this way, we want to show that the front part of the hair is lighter. And we'll bring our yellow color like this. For this front part of the hair. Colored this area completely yellow. And we will create this area with other colors later. And then I will use my red color in here. In this shape. Then I'll add my orange color. I'll move on. And my yellow color, RED, my orange has one layer. And this is why I started on to hair because if it was started on the other parts of our work, we would drag our hand on the risks of their work and it would get messy. So we have a started from the top part of the hair. So this would not happen. And with these three colors, we will complete our hair volume and our hair shape. Then I will use the colors. So I'll create my hair like this. Be constantly using this color and yellow color so that we can move on with our work and combine the colors together. Just like this. And for some parts, I'm going to use my brown color 378 for some parts. And I will just create some lines on top of some areas in order to create a contrast and darker colors. So I would have more volume. So we work on some parts, especially on the parts which, you know, I want them to look darker. So I'm going to use my brown color on some parts to make them darker. And for this inner part of my character's hair, again, I will use my brown color. So I would add the color to this area. So the shadow of the hair can be seen more and more. So I will darken and some parts even more than this. To show the hair is volume in this way. So we weren't part by part. And we'll move on with our work. 36. Continue Hair and Coloring Eyebrow, Eyes and Skin Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello to all of my dear friends. Because I want to complete our work a bit faster. I've already applied a layer of my orange color on this part of the hair. Then I will bring another layer of color on this area into direction that my hair is growing. So we're paying attention to the direction we will work on the hair. All of our work should be in the same direction, which is the direction of the hair growing. So we would not change the direction suddenly in order to make our work knowledge cohesive. Okay. Now I'm going to use my yellow color in this area for the shine, a light in my hair which are coming to the face. And also the combination of it with the lighter part of the hair. And then after that, I will just add some more color in this area. So we'll work on it like this. Work on some parts with darker colors and I'm trying to make them darker. And then after that, I will use my red color and my brown color for the darker areas. I'm going to use my color 318 for behind the ear and also the area behind the neck. And declared this as well. I will also work on this back area as we did for the inner area. So we will darken it. At last. I will bring my brown color into my work exactly as we did for the other side of our work. We will add the darkness here. And as much as we increase, the variety of our colors, work would be more attractive. I would also darken this area and UDL. And then I work on the hair which is coming to the face. And I will add some more darkness to this area. And then I'm going to use my red color a little inside of my work. As you can see. Now, the volume of the hair is very important. It's really important that you can actually show that volume. Very well. And in some parts, you should add more darkness. In some other parts you should add more light and keep them light. In this way, your work would be way more attractive. You see, I am working on some parts. And I'll show that the volume of our hair is in this shape. And we are actually showing the hair and its attractiveness. And also there is a part of hair showing in this area which is behind our character's arms. Hence, especially in this area which sleeve is being separated from the arms. So I will also work on this just as you can see. And then for this lower area behind the arms, because a little bit more of the hair can be seen here. We are going to color this area as well as we did for the other parts. So just like this, I will complete my hair almost. I also bring some yellow color to this area. And then I'll continue my work in this way. And then after that, I will work on this area which is closer to dress, to our clothes. And I will work on this area a bit darker to show this part that can be seen between the hand and the body. So this is almost our hair, which is actually shaped and we've got a volume of it. While later at the end of our work, maybe we'll come back to it again. Now. I'm going to use my color 350 to continue with my face. This is the base and foundation color for my face. And just like this, I am using this color and I start from beneath the hair and I'm coloring my skin on the face. Then after that, I would work also on the ears. In this way. I would definitely come back to the hair later again because there are some linearity darkness that we should add to that. But before I do that, work on my face a little to give it just a base and foundation color. And then I'll go back to the hair again because I want to complete different parts of my character all at the same time. I want to div, I want to develop all of my parts at the same time. And in this way, add to my skin color. You should be very careful not to go in size of the eyes. Those areas, she's the light and white. Now, the thing that I do for here is that for this area beneath the eyes, I would add some darkness, some more darkness. And as this, I can even use my pink color. 329 can be used beneath the eyes and also on the cheekbones in this way. And also I'm going to work with it on top of my eye. So after that, I'll work on my eyebrows. My character are orange, as well as her hair. I'm also coloring the eyebrows in the direction that the eyebrows are growing. So after that, I'm going to use my brown color a little for the lower part of my eyebrow, the lower part of it, and a little beneath it. All right. Now I would also want to work on the eyes and then we can move forward to the darkness of the hair that should be added. Now I start from the top part of my eye and I apply the necessary darkness as this. And then after that, I'll just continue it a little under the eye. And this lower part of the eye. Then I'll move forward to the eyelashes and I add the eyelashes in this way. And then I also add the lower eyelashes as well. And after that I'll move on to my second eye, the other eye. And I would apply the darkness for the other eye as well as I did for the previous one. And then for the lower part of my eye, I would also apply some darkness. And after that, I would add my eyelashes. At last. I would also apply the lower eyelashes. And then I'll move on to the blackness inside of the eye. I want to create that black color inside of my eye into pupil. And I would be very careful not to move toward the light inside of our I mean, I want to keep that lies inside of my eye. And I just want to be focused on the darkness and Ananda, black color of it. They would note go inside of the Is light. So this is inside of our characters. And then I will work on the darkness of the hair again. Later I will go back to the eyes. Now, I want to add some more colors into my hair. With my brown color. I'm going to add some lines in my hair with my brown color in order to make my work more attractive in this way. And after that, I'll do the same for this side. I will add some more dark lines. Try not to create these lines in a completely ordered and organized way because hair is not really an organized, so you should not work it like that. Because if you do that, you're making it looks so unnatural because in natural hair, It's disorganized and it's a bit messy, not complete labeled a little dark in the front bar to separate it from the back parts. Now I'm going to use the color 376 to add more darkness. In this area. I'm going to use my black color because my word will get some messy. Therefore, I will use my brown color and then I will use my red color onto it again. So it would show itself more and better. In this way. Now, I will darken my work a bit more. You can work on different parts a lot. And you can spend hours on a simple sketch. But right now because we are going to teach more to you, we're, we'll just go over the lines and work on them as much as they are visible and clear for you. Okay. So days are our hair like this. 37. Coloring Nose, Lips, Ears, Hands, Feet and Clothes Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our coloring on our character. I'm using my color 376, and I will separate my nose bridge. I've actually creating my nose, moving on the same line that I've created in my primary sketch. This way, I'm creating my nose. And then after that I will work and Lidl on its details, which could be the nostrils in this way. And then I also determined is central and middle line between the lips with this color. And then later I will work on my lips with other colors. So I create my characters a smile completely. And then for the upper lip, the lower lip, I'm going to use to color 329. Before that. First I will erase my pencil lines. The ones that I've created in my primer is sketch because I don't want my work to look messy. And because my color is pink, It's we'll get messy very soon and very easily. So first I erase my lines and then I'll do this. And then I will create the volume of deliberate. In this way. We will create the upper lip. Little and B are emphasizing on the lower lip more this way. And then after that, I will use my brown color to go over the lines around to face. Especially. And this lower part of the hair, which connects to the forehead. And I even work on this twist on the hair a little on its line obviously. And go all around my face with my brown color. And will determine our faces volume in this way. And then after that from the other side. We will also create these lines, rid our brown color. We also work on the lines around the ear. So I'm emphasizing and some parts and leaving other parts a bit lighter by brown color. I'll also create the lines inside of the ear with my brown color. And then I would work on the rest of my body, for example, on the neck, as you can see, and as you know, I'm going to use the base and foundation color for the skin, for the skin tone, which is 330. As always. Our face is still needs some work to do. But we'll go back to that later. Now what I'm gonna do, now I'm going to work on this part in which our skin is showing. So I'm actually coloring any part that my skin is showing. I would apply my skin color because I want to color all the parts with the skin with our 350, which is the base color for our skin tone. And then we would move on to characters quotes. So I am applying the base color for my hands from my arms. And the other hand would also be colored, obviously only with our base color. In this way. Then I'll move on to the legs because you can also see some parts of the legs. So I'll bring my foundation and base color to the legs as well. I would also do the same for the other leg as well as I did for this one. And I did this for the hands, arms, and legs because while you're working on the clothes, you want and go inside of the arms by mistake and you can do that very easily. Right? Now I'm going to use my dark brown for this area for hair quotes. So I would just start to work on my clothes with my dark brown. I'm using my color 376 as the base and foundation color for my clouds and very varied was needed later. I will add other colors because our tears jacket is covering our shared. I will work on this area which is my top, and then I'll work on my jacket. I'm applying my brown color on my top in this way. Now because my tops color is darker, I'm going to use my color 380. And then I also bring some, some of my black color in my work. Not too much. Now I can even use my 318 red color. And I can bring it into my work. Not too much, but my work would be darker a bit. Yet, it will be only dark. And then I can also bring a layer of black color in my work. Because I've considered my characters, clothes and her top dark. So I would use different colors to create this darkness. And then after that on my jacket, I will create a frame work with my black color. I mean, I'll go over around my jacket with my black color ones because it will make my work more attractive. And you can find deadlines way more easier. So it's really, really easier. I'm going over all our primary sketches lines in this way. Then after that, I will work on this area which my hand is visible. Then I would move on to the back of my car and after that, I move to the other side and we work on the sleeve. We'll create the lines of this leaf. And then we will continue our work. Then after that, I would also want to work on this front part of the slaves. I mean, this one, the left one. And also we will move all around our jacket and we come down and also on this front part of our top to show her breasts. I would also continue this area because this is the rest of my jacket which has gone behind the arms. And for this area behind our bracket, will do the same. And then I would apply the collars on my clothes. First, I'm going to use green color for my jacket. All right. I'm going to determine the lines which I need to have for my quotes. Because our jacket has to have some designs. You could also do that with a pencil. But I'm going to use my 357 call R, which is a green. And I'm creating these lines, these designs and patterns on my jacket. And that's because I want to work on my jacket with my green color. So I'm also applying my patterns with migraine color. Or if not, you can use your pencil and you can create these designs in the primary a sketch. You should be careful that you create these lines into direction of your fabric. I mean, for example, when our hand is in this position, is in this position and the shape of it changes a little. And because we want to determine that your clothes is a fabric and it has volume. You can just Work on this. Patterns like this. It should create some parts wrinkled, you should create some parts is straight and some other parts curved. Because the volume of our hand is actually here. And in this bar that fabric has been folded. We will also show this with the lines that we are creating right now. And as you can see, I'm not creating my lines straight because my fabric has been folded twice. And there is another one on this side as well. Then after that we will continue our line like this. So you should pay attention that for the lines and patterns on the sleeves and other parts of the jacket, you should consider the direction of your fabric. And for this area on the back of our head, we also have corner raise line. And then we will create the rest of our lines. And then we'll move on to the next line. And a line after that. We just create these lines consecutively after each other. Because our jacket is not simple and plain. So we want to create these patterns on our fabric. And then for this other part of our slave which has been folded, I'll do the same thing as I did for the other part of this leaf. So the procedure is the same. We'll create the lines in this way. And then I would also continue the next line like this. And I will also bring these lines to the front part of I drag it in this way. Then I will create the horizontal lines. And then for the lower part of the jacket and will also follow the same pattern for my lines. And I'll create my lines right after each other. This part of my jacket that I have this shape like this out twist my line a little, and then I'll give a good curve to it because we should see these ups and downs also in our lines to create the volume and texture of the fabric for us. Then again, I'll create a horizontal lines like this. And I also consider the corner way shape of the quotes. So in this way I'll continue my work. Okay. So these are our lines and patterns for our jacket that we've worked on. Now I'm going to work on some parts and create them lighter, like this area. I ring little bit of color that I later combine it with my white color. 38. Coloring Clothes and Shorts Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Again, to love my dear friends, we are continuing coloring our characters clothes and I'm going to use my 363. And I will continue working on my fabric and my jackets fabric. Now, something that we should do is to create an inner lines of our checkers pattern with our color 360 one. Just as I'm doing right now. Because these also have a kind of volume. And we give them a color and getting this way. And because we don't want our clothes color to be mixed up with these. I will add this color to them in order for them to be more prominent, to be more visible and clear. In this way, they're showing themselves better and more than their colors are a bit different from the base and background color. In this way, our lines can be seen more, which is exactly what we want. Okay. Now I'll go back. And I would choose my 363 color. And I will bring some more color into my work, into the background of my jacket, actually. And because we want to show that this, in this area, our fabric has been twisted. I will bring some of my white color on my green, just as you can see. And also I will work on these parts a little bit. So I will make these parts white. I'll go over this area with my white color and little, not too much. I'm only adding my white-collar on some parts knowledge older parts of it. Pay attention to that. Then again, I'm going to use my color 361. And I'll add a little bit of color to these parts on the parts that I've worked with my white color just before this. So I'm actually adding this color on top of a white color. And then again, I will use my white color one more time. I go over these parts. Pay attention that colored pencil technique is a technique that you should go over the colors several times in order to get the color that you want as a result. So in this way, I'm only working on the parts that I want them to be seen. Lighter. Wherever I want my colors to be lighter, I bring one layer of my white color and another layer of my green color. Light green parts would be visible and clear. We do this for all the parts and on the contrary, for the darker areas, I'm going to use the color 357. And I'll add this scholar on the parts that I want to be darker. And then something I do is that I'll go around these lines that I've created with my light colors. And I would go over them with my darker green. I will actually feel inside of these squares with my color. I would also go around those lines and patterns a little. And I would shake them. As much as our clothes have more details. Work would be more attractive. So more details, more attractiveness of the work. Now I'm going to add the dark parts as well as I did for the light parts. For example, these parts that are placed underneath the arms and actually does shadow of the arm is placed on this area or on these parts which are connected and close to our arms. And on the parse that this leaf has being folded. So I'm going to add the shadow and shading to all of these parts. Because I want to show that my arm has had a volume. Therefore, it has this shadow so I can easily the dark this to this inner side of the jacket and the part beneath the arms. So I also add my dark color in these areas. And very far we've considered a shadow and shading. We can bring this color and we can darken jackets color. And we do not work on the parts which should have had light in them. And because I want my work to be darker, I can also add some more black to my dark green. This way. Sell for the darker area of my clothes. I will add some black color. And then again, I would work on top of it with my green color, my dark green. And then I would also use a bit of my brown color in this area for my work. And wherever I've placed my patterns, I would not go over those areas too much because I want them to be seen. So in this way, I bring my dark green on these parts that I've placed my brown color. Just go over them one more time with my green color. And then I would work on the sides of the lines. Does I've created my green with my black color. So I would add some darkness to these areas with my black color on the sides of the lines. Observe the pattern exactly right next to these lines that I've created on my jacket. Obviously because I want these lines to be seen more and better. And I would also give more dimension to my work. I'm going to add this black color next to some patterns that I've created and the total of them, some of them which are in the darker sides. I don't want to work on the ones which are in the light areas. Again, I emphasize that I'm doing good. In order to make my patterns more visible. Then I'm going to use my green color again. And I go over these parts. So day would be so black or so dark. And I'm going to add a layer of color to all of my jacket. And then again, I will move on the lines and patterns that I've created for my jacket in this area, with my darker green. We do it not to get them mixed up with other parts and they can be seen better in more. I'll move on to my shirts and if it was needed later, I'll come back to my jacket again. I want to use the color 370 eight for my shorts, which is a light brown and I want my shorts to be light brown. The parts which are closer to the drag kids are darker with SLI and departs which gets a bit further, would be lighter. That's why I'm coloring some parts more with more hand pressure. And so other ones less than that. This area is actually the lightest area that we should keep in our work. So right now I'm just applying foundation and base color on my work. And then I will add the rest of the colors in this way. And I will use my dark brown 376 to go all around my shorts. On the lines. As I did for my jacket. I'll do the same for my shorts. I'll go over its lines all around my shirts to make it look better. I also create this corner, raise a small line between the two legs to show that this area is not flat. So I'll just follow the lines. And then after that, I can even use the same color to go around the legs a little. In this way. Then after that, I will move around it arms. So I'll use my brown color to go around my arms and create a general framework for different parts of my character. The shorts, the legs, the arms, and as I did before, the jacket. And then I would also work on this area which has which I've left on Done and I'm touched. And later on I'll go on that area, which is why right now, I'm going to use my skin tone color to work there. Now this is the shadow of the hand on my shirts. I'm going to use my gray color and I will apply a layer of it on the front part of our shorts. And I'll continue my gray color down here. And I'm actually combining is with my brown color in the same time. And I'll also do the same for this part of my shorts. And I will apply my color. Then again, I'm going to use my color 300 on this area. And I will add some more color to this part. And then I will determine this line which I have for my shorts with this color. And then again, I switched to continue coloring my shirts. So in this way, I'm just going to give it a color to my work. 39. Continue Eye Coloring and Final Details Of the Long Haired Girl Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our work with coloring our characters shorts. And I'm applying the color 300, 80 to my shorts. In this way that you're watching right now. I'm continuing with my work with the same color. And I'm getting to darkness that I want from the parts of my shorts, especially from the inner parts of my short. I'm actually applying the darkness that I want in those areas, especially. And because I want my color to be more cohesive, I'm going to use my fader. And just like this, make my color cohesive. And I also do the same for this other one. And I'll move a little bit toward my lighter colors a little because I don't want to create any sudden changes in my work and I don't want to create any borders. And then again, I'm going to use my color 376. That was used to create deadlines around our shorts. I'm going to use it again. And I'm going to apply it on these areas. Because we've worked with our fe there. It also faded these areas and we should apply more color again. I'm going to complete departs which have been left out. For example, this part dead. I said, we can see that body who work on it. And then I'm going to use my colleague 320 nine. And I will add a layer of color to this lower part of our hands and arms. And in this one, I'll also add some colors beneath the fingers and our hand. And I would do to saying to the other hand. So I would add this color. Wherever I need some darker tones on my skin. Then again, I'm going to use my brown color for this arm because I wanted to be seen better. I wanted to be separated from the character's hair. This when, this way you can easily spot to characters arm. And then I will move on to my character's face again. I'll go over my next line with my brown color once more and then I will use my color 360 one for her. For her eye colors. Should also apply the color of the eye inside of it. So our work would be more complete in this way. And I would do the same for the other eye as well. You should be very careful not to go inside that light inside of the eye. And you should only go around DAPI uphill into part that should be colored. So be careful about that while you're working on your character's eyes because it's a sensitive area. And then I'll come over here and I bring a very, very thin layer. Of this color at the top of my eye. And I'll do the same for the other eye as well in this way. And then I'm going to use my black color till around this eye in order for it to show itself better and more. And also, I'll do the same for the other one. So I'll do it like this. Okay? Now I'm going to use my pink color for my cheekbones. So I will add my pink color to my cheekbones. And something that I'll do is that I will use my brown color and I will emphasize on the details of my character's nose. A bit more like this. Because now we've done at a general shaping of all of our character. And now I want to work on the details and little bit more. And at last I'm going to add some freckles. My character. I'm going to apply some brown dots on my skin, on her cheek bones and one or two on the nose. And the rest would be the other side of my face. And I'm going to use my white color and bring it a little on my face, beneath the lips and also on the forehead. And then after that, I will apply two lines. I will create two lines above my eyes. So the details are so necessary. At the ending phase, at this ending is step. And it actually makes my work look way more attractive. This is step. Now I'm going to work on my character's hair and little bit more with my color 320 one, which has a red color. So I'm going to bring it in this area which is inside my face. And as you can see, I'm going around our face and around my clothes, and I'm adding some more color to this area. And then I'm going to use my yellow color 307 to give more color to some parts of the hair. So I'll add some yellow color to these parts. And as I said before, in this stage we are paying attention to the details more than before and we're actually editing our work and giving it the last touch ups. In this way. The hair for the top of the hair, we would apply the colors like this. So as you can see, I am working on different parts of the hair, especially in different parts of it. And then I'm going to add some more lines. Some are dark lines to my hair, my brown color. Because I want to add to the contrast of my work and make it look way more attractive in this way. So I will add some more lines inside of the hair. So I would work on it like this. I would add these lines. And I would also work on some edges and sides of my hair. Weeds by brown color. I would also add some lines to these areas. Color. I'm going to create them in this shape. And I would also are some lines like this. And also I will create some lines on this area in this part of the hair which has came to the face. And in some areas, I would apply my brown for inner part of the hair, which is closer to my neck. So for that, I would apply a bit more darkness. And I would also go over my work at layer with my orange color. As you can see. So as more as you spend time on your coloring definitly, day would have more attractiveness. In this way. On this lower part of the leg. I would also bring my pen color. This shape. I would do the same for the other leg as well. I would apply some shines light on the skin with our eraser. And also for the front parts of the legs. And for the hand. I would also work on the front part of the hands and arms. And for the neck, I would also apply if my pink color here. Just to give it that last touch. This is our beautiful character. 40. Draw the Hair, Head and Body Of the Boy with Glasses Character: Hello to all of my dearest friends. We are here, we'd sketching another character together. So we're going to start working on our character. Again together. We'll start our work with creating almost perfect circle. But I will also change the shape of my circle a little bit to a square because I want to create a character with a square face, almost the square face. Therefore, I would not create a completely perfect circle this time. Now I will create the general shape of my character's hair, which would look like this. I want to create a busy and sharp edge hair for my character. So I'll create the tip of the hair, which are very sharp. And then later when we want to bring color in our work, we would add more details because we want our work to be coloured. Of course. And now I will determine the general shape and general direction of characters of my character's hair that when I want to work on it with my colored pencil, I would not lose my main and primary sketch. Therefore, I should determine the general shape and the general direction of the hair in this phase. And I will do this also. On the other side. I will even bring some part of the hair coming out of the rest of it. So this is my primary and first shape and sketch for my character's hair. Okay. No, I would also determine the hair line around it phase and then the rest of the face. And our face is a bit tilted to the side. Therefore, we pay attention that the part that we want to create should have that tilted shape. I mean, we should consider that when we are going to create our face parts. And we only see this ear because it's in a three phases view, so I cannot see the other ear. Then I will create my characters neg and his clothes. Then I would consider the shape of the sleeves. And then I also determine the shape of my character's arms and hands. I want his hands to be in his pocket so we cannot see the hands. And in this way I would also determine the shape of my characters shorts, which would look like this. So cute and funny. And for its lower part, I will create a separate part. So it has a design and it's not just two, simple and plain. And as I told you before right now, we are just creating the general shapes and the details would be applied when we are going to work with colored pencils. Right now we're just creating the general shapes. Alright? Now I would want to work on my character's legs. And if you're a newbie and you want to create your legs, you can consider the skeleton shape underneath the shorts. And then you can create your leg. If you are, if you have just started sketching. So then you should create, you can create the volume of the legs from underneath your shorts. I mean, you can. Imaginary. Create your legs underneath your shirts and then continue them down to keep your sketch together. Or you can consider this bottom part of your shorts. And then almost from the center of it, I mean electron from this side and from the other side, almost in the middle and in the center of your shorts, in the bottom part of your shorts, you can create your legs in this way. You also have your work done. Now I will also bring his socks a bit down. And on the other leg, I want to consider the sucks EBIT higher than the other one. Then I will create the general volume of the shoes that I want to create for him, which would be in this way. So I'll create by general volume in this way. And then I'll move toward the next one. And then we will try to keep it in shape with this other one. I mean, these shoes should be symmetrical and they should also look the same. It's really important that your work look cohesive. So I create a general shape for my shoes. And then I also determined the placement of different colors. In this same phase. I'm creating a shoe that the central part of it is as seen here. And then I will also create the shoe laces. And I create them as well in this way. And then I'll create this one. Will work on this leg EBIT with more details. So I create those wrinkles on the socks. I will complete these details for both legs. And then I would also create the central part of this shoe as well. So we are going to create our general primary sketch right now because later when we want to lighten our primary sketch and bring our colors, we would not lose their placement. And we'll also determine the shoe laces for this leg as well. And then I'll create my shoes line on the bottom of them in this way. Okay, So this is a general shape that we've created. We just check it at the end overall in order not to miss anything. So everything should be placed in their own positions and placements, their own correct. Positions of off-course. So just like this, we have completed our shoes and the general shape of our whole character. This is it. We've worked on all the parts of the body as much as we could. It's just bring down and I'll bring out the edges of my sleeves little bit. So this is my color and Nika of my character. 41. Draw the Eyes, Eyebrows and Glasses of the Boy Character: Hello. Hello, My dearest friends. We're going to continue our work on our character. We want to create the eyes, eyebrows, and even the goal of our character. I want to start with the eyebrow. Well, it would be a completely thin eyebrow for our cute character in this way. And then we would also create the other eyebrow like this. Okay, So this was the shape of the eye brows. And now I would want to move on to my character's eyes. I will work on the eyes in this shape. And then I would come over here and I would also add the parts for inside of the eye, the pupil and the iris. And then with the help of my guidelines, I'll create my eye on the other side. And as my head is tilted, I've just bring my guidelines down a little bit. Comparing to the other one. And it would look like this. So this is it. And then I would want to work on inside of the eye. I would also add the darkness for my eyes. I will actually add the pupil for both eyes. All right. Now, I would want to create my characters glasses. Consider, consider a pair of glasses for my character. And now it's creating two big circles around his eyes. I'm actually creating the glasses for him to big round circles around his eyes as the glasses. And then I create another circle inside of it so I can show that my gut says have some kind of a thickness. And then I bring the handle of it, the handle of the gases toward the back of my characters ear. And then for this middle part of my glasses, the part that two parts of the glass connect to each other, I create this shape, and I'll move on to create the other glass as well as this one. And just like this, I will work on it circle completely in this way. It is so easy. And then I will also add the inner part of the glass area for the other side. And my work. And I just do it like this. And the thing that I do next is actually to continue deadline of the phase from the side and from the inner side down to the chin. Because I want to show that the texture is glass and you can see through it. And I want to show that he has big glasses, so it's coming a bit out of the face. Therefore, we erase this area to make it look better. And then even on here, I would work on the part, the handout that goes behind the back, behind the ear. But we see some part of it. We don't see all of it because it's behind of the phase. So we can note, say it. Then I will erase the inner parts of the circles. Now completely. I'm just going to erase between these circles in order to show that it has two colors. Sorry, it has two layers and they are combined with each other to make the glass. So as this, we have cleaned our work the same time that we've created it. All right. Now, I would go over the lines that have been erased again Walmart time. Because you're erasing between the two circles. You might just erase some of the main circles that you want to keep by mistake. So you should go back, check it, and if it's needed, you should work on it again and again. So this is the other one. Like this. We complete this shape of it. As this. As you can see. We worked on the glasses and then that would be the shape of the eye brows. And then after that you would have the eyes completely. Then we will also determine the handles are glass. I fix this part of the ear because I wanted to be clear that the handle is actually going behind the ear. 42. Draw the Nose and Lips of the Boy Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are here again with the sketching of our character. And today I want to work on my character's nose and lips. Now for the nasal area, I'm going to created a little bit below this middle part of our classes. So I'm going to create it almost as a circle. And I created between the two parts of our glasses. And then after that, I would come on the top of the nose, which also has been stuck to the gases to the frame. Actually, I would emphasize it a bit more and then I would want to work on the nostrils. And very, very, finally I'm going to determine them. I would work on it very, very. Finally. Then I would create my character's mouth in a linear way. This shape. Cute smile for him. And also a normal one. So I create the mouth like this. And then I would check my nose with my year to make sure it's in the right place. And then I would also create the inner part of my ear. Just adding some details to it. In this way. Alright. This is our nose and mouth of our character. 43. Hair Coloring of the Boy Character: Hello, my dear friends again. We are here with another tutorial about coloring the characters. In previous characters. We've created the primary sketch of our character, and now we're going to color it together so we would know how we can get the correct colors for this great character. All right, I'm going to start from my character's head. First of all, I will lighten my primary sketch with my dough eraser and then I'll work on my work. I mean, I'll color my work. So as usual, we start with lightening the primary sketch that we've created in previous episodes. And we would do the same for the face. And we like to knit as much as we would not lose our primary skid. I mean, oh, we should still see to trace all of our work. Yet. We should not leave any strong lines that would get our colors messy. Okay, I want to start from my character's hair. I'm going to start from the corner of the work. But you can start it from anywhere that you like. It's your own work. And just like that, I'll add my orange color to my character's hair. And then I work on the edge of the hair. Based on the primary sketch that we've created. Just like this. Above our characters here are very, very short. Therefore, we would create it part by part. First, I will go around all day hair ones to make the general shape of it. And then I would move on to the details and other parts of it. Then I would work on the parts which were separated. And we've determined them. The parts that are coming out, the parts that are twisted and turned. We've determined the placement of all of them in our work. Therefore, we would have a simpler job in coloring phase. Okay? Our hair has some lines which are going up that when I am creating the shadings, I would obviously show that as well. There are four. Right now, I'm going to click create these lines with my color 378. For the lies that I want to create between the hair parts. I mean, not all of them, but I would work on the parse that should be done. Just like this. The lines which are the most obvious are in this central parts of the hair. And B1 to show them like this. The rest of the lines are not obvious that these lines are. In this way, it's just that in this area. Here's some more work to do that. I will later make it darker. Okay? Now I will start from this corner, from this side. And I'm going to place the color 316 as my foundation color, the base of my colors. So this would be the first layer, which is a foundation for my work. So it started like this. And we cover the whole area. The areas that should be done with this color. Just in this middle part, one part of the hair is alone and because we don't want it to be colored, we're going to use our eraser to separate it. Therefore, we will not face any problems here. Okay? Then I'm going to start from this corner of the hair. From this side of my work. I've created my background, my foundation. And obviously I will color in the direction that our character's hair is growing. Just like this from the bottom, we move on to the top. So I'm going to place my colors this way as well. And I would apply these colors for the hair area. This is because we would want to determine the direction of the hair. And our work with look way more attractive and way more beautiful. And we can show that it's our character's hair. You want to show the hair texture. If you want to just create these lines and these colorings. Much disorderliness, it would not look good, the outcome would not look good. Then I would use this basic color and this area as well. And then later we can work on the darkness of the other parts. Okay. This is my foundation color right now. Then I will want to use my brown color to determine the parts which should be darker. I get the color 370 eight again. And then I'm going to work on this area's year on the corner of my work. And the colors that need to be darker and they don't need too much of the foundation color would be determined here and emphasized here. Mean, I'm going to go over the parts which you'd have a different color. You should consider that the parts that to part of the hair are dividing. I mean, departing area. And any parts that we have the we have a change of direction in the hair. We would actually dark in that area more. We would create a different color other than our foundation color. Now, I'm applying this color in their parts where I need it. So just like this, I would work on the parts which need to be darker. Parts which are close to the part that the hair is growing, or obviously the darkest areas because we want to show the meeting point a conjunction between the hair and the skin. You can see that our characters here, it's showing itself. Right from now. We also create some sharp edges at the shape of our hair. And I would make them darker. For example, in here, I would apply a darker line from this side part that the hair is separated. I also continue this dark line both from the lower part and to apart. But we didn't know is create a straight line for everywhere. I mean, we would do this in some parts. That work would not lose its attraction. Right? Now, I would work on the other parts as well. In here that we have a change of direction of our hair. I would darken a little bit more with my brown color. Just like this. And now I'll move on to a darker brown because in some parts we actually still need more darkness. So I get 376 and I work on the parts which needs to be darker, even darker than this. So just like this, we should apply our colors layer by layer to our character. Therefore, our work would look better and it would have some volume. And as more colors as you use for your work, your work would get more volume. In some parts. I would also add this brown color. But you should pay attention that you should not, you must not do this in all parts of the hair. You should only apply these colors because obviously they're very dark in the parts that they need more darkness, so don't overdo the colors, so you would not be able to fix them later. So we would also have a darker line in this area which are hair gets connected to the face. So I'm going to use and this dark color a little bit on this area as well. Because you want to show that this area is a little bit darker because it's the beginning part of the hair. It's very grows. And then I would work on the parts which I want to be darker. And I would work on them with my dark brown. Also. We can do this in the parse that we feel like the hair is creating a shadow. There. Parse only one part of the hair is creating a shadow on the other part. And this part has been separated. So I'm going to show it like this. And I'm going to start from underneath to create this color in the right place. And there are some parts that should have some light. So it's not like that. And I say we should create older parts. Dark note, we need light in some parts, therefore, I'm going to use my lighter colors on that areas. Those areas are actually going to work with the color 320 one. And I would work on some parts. Data. I need them to be. Lighter. So as you can see, I'm adding this color for the parts which I believe should be lighter. Like for example, the tip of the hair. So just like this, we would apply it and we would do this. Here we go. Now we're going to work again. And also the parts that we want to have lights in them. And then I will use even a lighter color 314. I'm going to use this and continue my work on the hair, especially on the tip of the hair. Just like this. And then again, I'm going to use my color 316 again, which was my foundation color. So Bringing it again into my work. And I would add a layer on top of my previous colors. So as you can see, layer by layer, I am completing my work with different colors. Each one goes on top of the other and creates a blended and mixed color for that area, which increases our outcomes value and attractiveness. But you should pay attention to something that all of my emotions, all of my hand movements should be exactly in the same direction as the hair is growing. If the hair is going up, my coloring should be upward. If it's coming down, if Harry's coming down, my coloring should also come down and it should be the movement of my hand should be downward. So that's one of the most important things that you should. Doing your sketching and coloring in order to make your work look better and more attractive. K and little by little, r character is being completed. 44. Coloring Skin, Ear, Eyebrows, Nose and Glasses: Hello my dear friends again. We are going to continue our work on coloring our character. And we are working on the hair of our character right now and for now. Okay. Now I would come over here and I will use a little of this color in the middle part of my work, color 378. I'm going to use it on my work because I want my work to have a dimension and volume. I would also add some color to the growing part of the hair in order to get the darker colors on my work. So for that, I need my foundation to be dark. Okay. And in very small areas, I'm going to use my black color that I want so much darkness in. I would use my black color in it. And then I would even use a little bit of black. The parts that I want to have a lot of darkness. The growing part of the hair, the hair grows. Depart says connects to the face. I would add some darkness on this side of it. And if you pay attention, I'm not doing good in all parts. I'm just doing it in some parts. And I want them to be darker. Now, for the hair of our character has got a volume. And now we want to move on to deface. And then we would come back again on this. So I would listen to face a bit more like this. All right, Now I'm going to use my color 350, which is the base color for my skin. So I'm going to use it in order to start from the side of my work and create my skin tone. And I would definitely erase this hair line from inside of my face. And from this corner. I would just start coloring and creating this skin tone. We would not go inside of the eye rounds because those cars have got their own color. And they only move on my character's skin. Because I want these parts to be worked on. And you need to go over the parts which would get more colors other than this, for example, I would not go on the handle of ligases. And we would apply the colors only on the skin, the skin of the face and of course the years. And the part inside of the gases, which we can see the skin we should also color. We would not go stored inside of the eye. And so all non-agile. And then we'll move on to the nose. And obviously, we will create our skin turn here, which would look exactly like this, would go on the lips and nose. Because in these parts you can not see that much of a difference in the coloring. So I'm going to use the same skin color for those areas as well. And they also color a part of the neck. And then I also covered the area on the other side of the glasses. I would not go inside of there. I only go around it on the outer parts. Okay. Now that we've placed our skin tends Foundation and basics, I would use my pink color 329 for these parts. For example, the parts which are close to my character's hair. So just like this, as you can see, I'm coloring here. Obviously continue my work toward the forehead. And then after that diaphysis side that we've been working on. So I'll add some colors to that as well. All right, Now pay attention that under parse that we have the glasses on the face around it would definitely have a little bit of darker skin. I mean, oh, we should work on these cards more because their colors are a bit different. Because I'd want to have this much muscles. You should also consider that. Also for the inner part, it's the same. And I should add some more color. And obviously, we would have the shadow of eye glasses on our faces skin because there is one volume coming on top of each other and another. So I'm going to use my car 378 again to create a very, very light trace, which would be the foundation of our skin. And then I would work on it with other colors as well. So we have the lower part of the glasses ending part of the gases. And then we would have a shadow right side of the nose because well, it all has a shadow on the face. All right. And underneath the glasses and the handle of it, the side of the face. And in these parts, I've used my brown color and I'm going to choose my skin tone color. And I would emphasize on these parts a little bit more, that they would show themselves better and more. And they would be more suitable, add adaptive for our shape of the character and our skin tone. So I will match it with my foundation color and work on the edges of the work. Because you would have a some kind of a different color on our faces skin. Okay. Now I'm also coloring the chin area, which is obviously and the lower part of the face. And I'm placing a little bit more color into it in this way. And then after that, I would work on the nose a little. Now. For the nose, I'm going to use my pink color l and l in this way. And I'm going to use my color 376 again just a little. And I'm going to use my brand color on my nostrils because they would be obviously darker. And then also on the lower part of the nose because they're there will be definitely a shadow of the nose on the skin. And I'm going to create that. But as you can see, I'm not putting any extra pressure on my pencil just enough to get a trace of the color and make it a little darker and make a contrast comparing to the other parts. Okay, Now we're going to use our color 316 with our red color. Almost ready to work on the eyebrows. And if you pay attention, our hair and our eyebrows would be almost the same color. They will be the same spectrum of colors. So just like that, I'm going to work on the eyebrows into direction that they are created. Then again, I'll bring some of my brown color on my work again. Obviously not too much. Just a little. I'm again using the color 376 and very limited, and I want to use it too much me. And then I'll move on to my characters glasses. We want to color that black. So I'm going to use my black color to create a black glass. Working first on the handles of my glasses. I'm first coloring them. And you should be very, very careful while you're using the black color because there is no room for mistake if you do it wrong. You can erase it, but they would always remain a trace from it. So try to be so careful while you're using your bike color in any in any case. But you should not be afraid. Of course, you should do it with so much self-confidence. But be careful at the same time. So just like this, I go all over my glasses, all around my glasses once. And then I go toward the inside area like this. And then I will darken all around my work. Creating a framework around your glasses would actually make you to. It actually helps you to make less mistakes if you go around the lines first and then you would call are inside of these lines. Between these lines. This will actually reduce the probability of mistakes in your work. And it would make your work look better. So just like this, I would apply my black color with so much cautious, yet with similar self-confidence. And then I'm going to use my black color on this middle area which connects two parts of the glasses, two together. So and then for the next one, I would do the same. First we go all around the outer line of our glasses. Then we move on to the inner line, to inner circle. And at last you would go in between them and color them. And of course do not forget to create the handle of the glasses on this side as well. We would also dark and inside of this one, just like this. And we would complete our glasses like this. In fact, we are moving under primary sketch that we do a, the beginning of our work. So the best thing to do is that you create your primary sketch. Without any mistakes, you would create them perfectly. You should practice on our previous courses, which are the basics for character creation. And you can get to design and basic sketch and the foundation of your work better. Although we THE to you here, it's better if you would know that too. So that's because if you create your primary sketch wrong, and then you bring color on it to color with actually emphasize your mistakes instead of covering them. So don't be mistaken. So I would also come from here and create a part of the handle next to the face that we can see it's going back behind the ear. Right. Now I would want to look at my work and I want to work on my eyes. We can work around our eyes which are brown color, or we can go over it once with orange and then with brown. First, I'm going to use my orange color. Just like this. I would also go around the other ions well, with my orange color and moving and the lies that I've already created here. 45. Coloring Lips, Eyes, Face, Hands and T-shirt: Hello, hello, my dear friends again, we're going to continue coloring our character. I'm using my color 376, which is a brown color. And I'm going around my eyes again once more to add to darkness for it. Yet, to keep it a little bit light. So as you can see, I'm moving very, very slowly and without any hand pressure. I'm just moving around DEI, very smoothly, slowly and without pressure. And then I would also go over this inner part of the eye, the pupil. I go over it once to. Now. For the parts which are delicate, are very fine and thin. It's necessary. European, so would be very, very sharp. I mean, any pencil that you're using, tip of it should become lately sharp because your area's thing and you would need very sharp and thin lines. So pay attention to that. Now, I'm going to use my editor eraser and erase any extra darkness that I've created here. And I would not throw away the extra parts of the eraser from my work, did trash of the racer of my work with my hand because it would make it a little bit messy. So I did it with a brush. Now, I'm going to work on the inside part of the eye, which is the pupil. And it can be colored I, you know, and as you can see, it's based on the hair color. So I'm using 307 for this in air part, near blackness in DI. Then I would place the black color for the iris obviously. But before that or after that doesn't matter. It's up to you. Before that or after that, you should create delight inside of your eye. I'm doing it before that because first I can create a framework for the light inside of the eye and then I can color around it black. So as you can see, we worked on the pupil with color 307 and a little bit of our orange so I could get colored eyes. And then I've created the iris with black color and the light inside of it. So exactly like the other one. I'm going to use my brown color, 370 eight. I'm just going to use it on top of my orange color. And then again, I bring my orange color. Here. I was completely and clean. So it didn't need any erasing yet. If you can see any extra lines over here, it's better for you to erase them. So again, I bring down my yellow color on my orange color to create my very beautiful colored eyes. And then I would also add by black color here to the IRS around the light inside of the eye. Just like this. Right here are our eyes. What I'm going to do, I'm going to work on the lips now. And for creating them. I'm going to use color 327. And I will go over my lips to give them a beautiful color. And then F their dad. Before, you should know that into colors that we're using, we are only using a light layer of them. Now I'm using color 309 to two on top of my previous color. But the thing that you should know is that all the colors that we use right now are just a light layer. We did not put any pressure on any Elvira colorings. So keep that in mind. Then after that, I'm going to use color 321 on my lips again. I'm going to add it to the middle area between the lips. And I also bring my brown color on the corners of my mouth just a little. And all the lines that we are placing here are completely light. And they are completely without any hand pressure. Because if you apply any pressure, the colors would not go on top of each other anymore. So that will be a problem for you. After that, I'm going to work on my characters clothes because I wanted to be white. I'm going to use my white color, one layer on my clothes. And before that, I would definitely lightened my work completely. Because when you want to work with white color, even the smallest stain, the smallest line would be emphasized and bolded, so it will ruin your whole work. Therefore, I'm going to use my eraser and I'm going to erase all the parts inside of the close completely and very carefully. And then I will lighten my primary sketch so it won't get messy. And again, I say, because we are working with white color, you should definitely consider that your work should be completely clean. And it shouldn't have any extra traces of pencils on it, especially the black color. Now I'm going to use my white pencil and create a layer of my white color and my t-shirt. Now, you should pay attention that on your work you might have some saints and spots which is out of your control. You see, for example, there is a stain on my own paper. And when I use my white on it, it would emphasize that same, but sometimes it's just out of your hand. You can't do anything about it. Now I brought a layer of white collar on my dress. I might close. Then I'm going to use my gray color, 340 eight. I'm going to bring it on my clothes just like this. And because our work is white, gray would actually make it to pop up. And you can see it and it would be clear and visible for you. Because otherwise it will be just pale white and it's not good. So just like this, I am going from the sides of the hands toward the Collado. And I would also go down to the lower part of my clips and t-shirt. So as you can see, I'm working on his cola right now. And then what am I going to do? I'm going to place a little bit of my gray color or silver color on the edges of my quotes. Because I want my clothes and my t-shirt. To get some dimension. And another thing that we can do is that we would give it color on the background of our work. We would create a background color all around our character in order to show our codes better and more. This is a technique that when you are using anything or renewal, want to show anything white in your sketch, you can color the background around it to make a pop up more. And then again, I would work on it with my fight pencil to show it better and more. And then I can use my color 396 gray color and go over these parts. And I actually come mining it, mixing it with my white color. Therefore, it wouldn't be two. Why two or two gray. It should always be in-between. Just like this. And if you failed, dad, you're a gray color is too much and it's extra. You can also use your eraser to get a layer of your gray color off your paper. Just like this. Now, from the outer part, if you'd like, you can do this with your hand. I mean, getting to trash of the eraser of your work. But if it's in your work, do not do that because it would make your work look dirty. Now, I'm going to use my color, my black color, my brown color, to add the darkness on the top of our Kohler. And then we would obviously add the color of the skin on our hand. If we do this, our work would show itself Baylor and more. So. As you can see, I'm coloring the hands, the arms. And also it's the same for the other hand. So we place the basic and foundation color. And then we would work on the sides of our hand. And the edges with the brown color, just like the top of our Kohler. So I'm just creating a very, very light layer of this color and the edges of my arms and hands without any hand pressure. And then I'm going to use my light brown 378 to work on the arms and bring them toward inside. Just like this. And for the top of the Collado, it would be the same. And also the part underneath the chain which is your throat and neck. So I would add the scholar length this. And then around my face, I'm going to use my skin tone color, which should be obviously a little bit sharper and darker. So they're ever, you want to do a delicate and find job. And you want to create very thin lines or it's in a thin area. You should never forget this. That the tip of your pencil should always, always and always be completely sharp in order to get sharpened thin lines. So. Again, I am using my skin tone pencil to work on around the face and even the ear. And even this a small part which has came out behind the glasses. And I'm going to use it here like this. Then I'm going to use it for inside the ear that I haven't used before. I mean, I haven't done this area before and I'm going to do it right now. And this part underneath the handle of my glasses, I'm going to work on my hair because the rest of the hair is in here in this area, right next to the ear and underneath the glasses handle. And then I would work on the edges of the face like this. Okay. And these are actually some complimentary works on the face and it's a skin tone because we don't want our character to look so pay. So we should add more color to it. Preferably skin tan color cell as you can see, I'm just adding these colors to my character's face in order to give it a bit more away from being pale. So just like this, I would go and give some color all around the glasses. Not too much. A stale. The outer part in there apart. Even around and lips and the mouth, the upper part and the lower part of the mouth should be done definitely. And then I would also give a little bit more color to the corner of I face the side of it and on the edges. Okay. Now I'm going to do lighten my characters, pens, shorts. I'm going to lighten them. I mean, I'm going to use my eraser and I'm going to lighten my lines of my primary sketch. Indices time because we are going to create a black pants or black shirts, can be a little bit more easy going for this. And if there are some lines still stay the strong, doesn't matter that much. 46. Coloring Shorts, Legs, Socks and Shoes of the Boy Character: Hello again to allow my dear friends, we are going to continue to work on our character. We are about to color our characters shorts. Now. For doing that, first, I'm going to go over the lines around my shorts to make them more determined and to work on them easier. While our culling. Then I would bring the color inside of my work. So just like that, I would also determine and present the next packet. Then I would work on the edge of the shirts. Now, because our characters short are going to, are going to be colored black. I haven't erased our primary sketch completely. So I'm going to start from this corner of my work and I will start coloring. Just like this thing that you should consider why you are working with black color is that because you're working with black color and your paper is white, ground of your work would be seen more. I mean, even if you color so precisely with your black color, you might still see some white spots and dots on your work. Therefore, my advice to you is to do it with some pressure. Therefore, the whiteness that you have in paper would show itself less. So. For example, for a work like this, you should do the black color several more times to cover the white parts on the paper. And obviously, you should work with so much patients, so don't rush through it. And just like the other colors, it will not give that covering aspect that much. I mean, the black color would not cover all the parts for you. Right? So it would show it even more. Yet whose plays out color? Much patients. Even we should move onto black colors several times in order to get the color that we want, because we want our black color to be over our white background, which is the paper, of course. Then I'm going to apply another layer of the color, this time from this side of the shorts. And I'm using my black color again. I'm just moving in the opposite direction of the points that the black color has is that, for example, here on the edge of our shirts, this would not be completely separated. Because you can obviously see the contrast into colors. So the only thing that we can do here is to rotate your work and then change the direction of your work if you continue coloring. And even if you bring it a little bit toward outside. Because I want to show that these two parts have some level outs and they also have some volume. Okay, So this is the Azure my shirts. And now we're going to continue with the black color. Now, if you are working with black color and the service that you're working in is small. So your work would be very easy. Yet if it's wood, if your area that you're coloring black is big, well, that might be a little problematic for you. Or if it's like this, you might go over the layers of your colors a couple more times to get the color and cover that you want. So I'm going to color this area as much as I can. I will add the black color to here to this side of the shorts. And wherever you are seeing the whiteness of the paper more, you should go over that part, even more to go over and over again. So here work with look way more professional and better, exactly like this. So now I would also work on some other parts. And later I'll come back again. Okay. I'm going to move on to my hands again, to my arms. And I can even work a little on the edges of the t-shirt sleeves. And another thing that can show your t-shirt or your clothes even more is that you can create the shadow of your codes and the edges of your arms or hands. Exactly like this. And then even after that, you can use a little bit of your dark brown color for the inner parts of the sleeves, the inner lines for the sleeves. So you can use this color for that. Okay. Now I want to work on my character's legs. So first I would add the skin tone color to my leg. And I would also erase the parts which are inside of the foot and leg because that would actually ruin your work a little. So just like this, I would also create the leg here. I would place the base and foundation a color for it. And then I would erase the lines that are here so I can bring more color to it. So what's my procedure? The procedure is that we would just create deadline at the bottom of our leg. Corner ways because we want to work on our characters, socks. Now, for this upper part of the leg, I'm going to consider some shadows and shadings in order to show that my shorts have a shadow on the legs. So this shadow is actually showing them. Our leg is inside of these shorts and they are creating a shadow on the legs. So I just create and the upper part of your work a little bit darker. In order for them to show themselves better. Then we have hand's going inside of the pocket. Therefore, here we have some dark dense again that we would also show it. Now, I want to work on my characters. Succ, well, it's white, but I'm going to start with two layers of read in order to separate that. So for that, I'm going to work on my red layers. And then I'll go all over my sock with my gray color. So I'm using my color 321 to add some almost parallel lines all around the SOC. And I would do the same for this sock as well. Therefore, because the other sock is a bit more high and this one is a bit more low. We're just going to create the lines very smoothly. Alright, so we can have this. And as you can see, this SOC has came down a little bit more. Therefore, I would have my lines thinner. And this part, because the lines are above they are, the lies are bigger, thicker and they can be seen more. These are some very little details that you should pay attention to. A lot, especially why you're working, because these very small details with help, their realization of your work. I mean, it helps you work to look better and more natural. Now, I would darken this inner part of the socks and it'll, in order to show that there's something inside of them. And my character is wearing socks. So I would do to say for the other leg. Then I'm going to use my gray color 348 to go over an all around the sucks. Dressed like this. Then I would work on the edges of the sucks. Then I'll move downward a little. And I would do to say I'll use the same procedure for the other one. And in here, the lines have been crooked even more because the shoes have been bent down more. So this was about the socks. And then I would come over here and give this a color a little bit. So I would use my gray color and F, They're all of them. I'm going to use my color white on top of my gray color. So these are our sucks. Now we want to move on to our shoes. She should be also some white or gold or very, very light yellow. So as you can see, I'm going to tell you that most part of our work would be white and lemon color. But first of all, before we even start, we would actually lighten the lines that we've created in our primary sketch, especially because our colors are light. So if we bring them here, they would get messy. So this is my opinion and my actually suggestion to first erase all these primary sketches. I mean, not completely as you can see. I always say to keep a part of it in order not to lose our misplaced anything, but can just lighten it a little. And after that, we would start, and we'll begin from the lower parts of our work that our two lines, one red and warm black, we would actually start our work. So first, I would play some lines. And the first line, which is red, would be placed here. So I'm going to use my red line for this lowers and lowest part of the shoe. And then after that, the next line, which is black, would be created like this. Well, as I said before and as you can see, our shoes have two different lines which should be considered for the bottom of my shoe, for the hills and for the bottom. I would move my gray pencil onto it just once, maybe twice in order to get a color. And then I will start from the corners, from the edges going upward. And then after that, I would separate the front part of the shoes, which are usually white. And this time we're going to keep it wife, especially. And because I want to bring my white color on it, he will get messy. So that's why I've erased by extra lines. And we would also bring our way white-collar between the lines, the lower lines that we've created. So I'm going to create these lines like this, the white colors like this. Now I'm going to move forward to the shoe laces and their holes and placements. So I'm using my black color to determine some places and some placements for the shoe laces. The holes on this part. These shoes look like I'll sars. 47. Complete shoe coloring and final details of the Boy Character: Hello, my dear friends. We are going to continue our coloring, our character. Now, I'm going to work on the shoe laces of my character's shoes. Where there are holes for the shoelaces, I would place darkness and then after that, I will use my gray color a little on them to emphasize the lines a bit more. Then I would create a shoe laces, the shoe laces lines. And then F there that for the outer part of the shoe. I'm also going to use my gray color, which we can see some details here. So we create the edge and this middle part of the shoe. And then we would also create the edge of the other side of the shoe. Okay? Now for this inner part of the shoe that we need darkness, I'm going to use my black pencil and white color here. So I would add this darkness to this area. And I would show this properly. Right. Now, I'm going to use a layer of my 300 four color. And I place it on the outer part of my shoe. But as you can see, I'm very lightly, I'm not putting any extra pressure. So I'm just moving like this. And I'm also working on their parts between the shoe laces because those are parts of the shoe. And then I will apply my white collar on top of it. Just like this. This would actually give me that and lemon color that I wanted. And this is my shoe, which we've worked together and completed it. Now I'm going to do the other the other shoe. So I'm going to use a color 320 one. And I'm going to create a layer of it over here for this line on the lower part of my shoe. And you should be careful not to move on the wrong lines. I mean, you have the primary sketch here, so you should be very careful to stay on the lines. If you pay enough attention, your work would just move completely arrived and appropriately. Then again, I'm going to use my gray color to go over this lower area to this bottom area. Just like this. And after that, I'm going to work on the edge of my shoe and then come to this inner part of the shoe. And these holes that are for the shoe laces, the shoelaces are paths think through these holes. So I'm going to emphasize and these lines completely. And we will just place these lines next to each other very lightly. Then I would bring my gray color to continue my work like this. And we would work on the lines a bit curcuit because you want to show that there, there is a volume underneath these lines. So I will create these lines a bit crooked. Going up and also going down under a curve. I'm going to go up and then down. And I would also move on this surface here. And just like this, I would add the dark parts here. Then I would use my gray color for the other edge of the shoe. And I'm going to complete these. The central part of the shoe and also this edge of the shou should be created like this. I'm doing right now. For the inner parts of the shoe lace. I'm going to use a bit of black for the shadow that I have from my shoe. For this one also, for this ending part of it, I'm going to do this. I mean, I'm going to create a shadow from my shoelaces on my shoe. It'll show the volume even more. Now we come and we apply the darkness between the area between this sock and a shoe. Just like this and also on this side. And two would be the same. And after that, I'm going to use my red color a little for this front part of the shoe. Because I want my work to have some dimension. I'm going to add some darkness in here. Then I would use my eraser to clean the parts inside of my work so I can get my lemon color as well as I want to write. Then I will add the lemon color. I'm using the color 300 four. Very, very lightly. I would place this color, I would apply it in my work and just move one. And even if you place it on the white parts of your work, then there wouldn't be any problems because this is a light color and you can easily erase it and gets, still get a clean color so you can erase it and then you can bring your white color on it to get the colors that you want. Now, I'm going to use my gray color to go all around my shoe once to get the colors that I want to get. Some volume and dimension at the same time. So this is our characters shoe. And right now because the white parts of my shorts are too clear and visible, I'm going to use my black color one more time on it. I am placing another layer of black color on it because I don't want this much whiteness, this much wisest spots to stay in my work. So just like this, I would add my black color one more time out of my work. And I would even be a little bit as stronger wide coloring. Because obviously I wanted it to be darker. Okay. Now this is my characters. These are my characters shorts. And something that I should tell you is that you should be careful that you would not get any shine in your work. One of the reasons that I tell you not to use any hand pressure or work to a strongly is because if you do that, you'll get some shine, especially when you're working with black color. So we don't want that in our work. And if we just add a little bit more darkness on our character's hair, I work would be completed. And then the lighter parts. I'm going to add some color in order to change them to darker colors, darker tones. So just like this. And I would bring one layer of dark color on it. So first we would place a light colors one more layer. And the parts that we think it should be darker. And then we can even move to the colors which are basically dark. Okay? Then I'm going to use by black color for their parts, which are the darkest, actually. Just length is to don't be afraid. But be careful. I mean, you should use dark colors, but you should use them in their own placement, in their own correct placements. And even here on the partying on the line of the hair growth, I would definitely make my work darker as you can see. And then I'm going to use my brown color. And I'm going to use it a little on these parts, which I need them to be darker. So I'm using my kala 376 in all the parts that I felt like they need more darkness. Also on the side of the face. On this slide, an edge and corner of the hair. And I would also emphasize on some parts of the hair with my darkness. And Z you can see I'm doing, You're right now. So this side of the hair is darker, generally comparing to the other side. So we would have to show that even more now work. But at the same time you should consider the direction that your hair is growing into K. And then I'm going to use BIRADS color a little. For this area. I'm using the color 320 one to work on here. And then I would also apply a little bit more of the orange color here on these parts. And then I would work on the parts which are smaller parts of the hair. All right. So this is our hair color and I'll come over here and I would work on my glasses frames a little. And wherever I feel like it's it should be darker. I would even emphasize on it a bit more here again, I don't want any white spots to remain in my work. And so it's done. Now for the part inside of the ear, I'm going to use my orange color and little. And I would also bring good a little turd inside of the face. So I'm just going to add some more color. Color number 316, which is a beautiful orange that we were already using. We've been already using it for the hair. All right. And then for this area beneath frame and handle, I would also work with this color and then I'll come toward inside of the face. And then I would also add some more skin tone and skin color for the part underneath the lips. So I would add some more colors in here. So this is our beautiful hang cute. Boy. Now our character is almost complete. Yeah, that's it. Zag, cute boy character.