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  • What kind of pencils you need depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re a serious artist wanting portray human anatomy as best as you can, invest in high-quality colored pencils such as Prismacolors. However, artist-quality colored pencils are quite expensive. If you don’t care as much about the richness of the pigment and ability to blend, then just get yourself some Crayola colored pencils. They’re cheap, and they’re the best quality out of all the non-professional brands. (I had an art teacher once tell me that RoseArt colored pencils are only good for throwing at people.)

    Human skin tones are made up of mostly browns, yellows, pinks, blues, oranges, and whites. Brown for the base, blue for the shadow, yellow and white for the highlights.

    I wish the best of luck in your spiritual and educational endeavors!

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