In this video I explain
In this video I explain how to mix flesh tones with oil paint.
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Hands down the best colour tutorial I've ever see- thank you!!!
I thought that was Neko Case in the thumbnail at first. Uncanny!
Thanks for your explanation on flesh tones. I initially thought there was a formula of specific colours to use, but you confirmed my instinct that they varied quite dramatically for each person. I really appreciate your thoughts and demonstration on the subject of flesh tones. Very helpful
Those caucasian flesh tones are named so wrong. Caucasians range from pale to olive skin tones.
Having painted portraits in Africa for 10 years I learned something from sculptor Dylan Lewis who sculpts incredible wildlife. Lewis studied anatomy for years and is head and shoulders above all animal sculptors because he doesn’t sculpt the skin he sculpts what is underneath it; the viscera. The viscera beneath skin in all humans is in shades of red and pink. This comes through black skin because skin is ultimately translucent. Paying attention to the visceral layer first and then what covers it is IMO essential.
This little color chart
This little color chart can save your shot! Getting correct skin tones and white balance is a breeze if you know how to use this Color Checker card in post. X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video on Amazon (PAID LINK): https://geni.us/eWP5H
In today’s video I show you how I use the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport chart to correct the color in my videos. I use this tiny chart every time I film and I can’t overstate how invaluable this chart has been for me. Makes color correction and grading a breeze when I sit down to edit my videos.
X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video
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Can I have yours? haha just kidding. Or am I? Idfk anymore.
@dslrvideoshooter what happens if shooting a wedding where the subjects are moving and won’t be holding this in order to capture it? And would it have to be held somehow in every separate clip/shot?
I just ordered that exact model of colour chart this morning and now YouTube suggests me this video - anyone would think Google knows what I'm doing :-) Anyway, thought I might as well watch to see if I would learn anything new, and you've helped me crystallise my thoughts on how I will use the tool. Thanks!
this is awesome. Thanks man!
$100 for this shit? I can paint mine on the paper. lol