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In the previous tutorial we saw the first part of how to paint goku in anime style. The tutorial was going to be quite long, so we decided to divide it into 2 parts.
In this second and last part we will see how to finish painting our beloved Goku .
The entire rope is painted using Model Color Flat Earth 70.983 .
Next, the rope is painted using Game Color BoneWhite 72.034, leaving the recesses unpainted.
To give the final light, Model Color Ivory 70.918 is used, only in the upper part of the rope.
All the hair and the hip belt are painted using Model Color Black 70.950.
A light is applied to both the hair and the belt, using German Grey Model Color70.995.
To paint the tail, Model Color Chocolate Brown 70.872 is used.
A first light is applied with Model Color Flat Earth 70.983 . We apply this color creating lines to simulate the hairs on the tail
To give the final touch to the tail, Game Color Khaki72.061 is used, making small strokes on the upper part.
The small wooden “backpack” where Goku keeps his power pole is painted using Model Color Flat Earth70.983.
Finally, some quick lights are applied simulating a wood effect with a mixture of Model Color Flat Earth 70.983 and Model Color Sunny Skin Tone 70.845.
The power pole is painted using Game Color Heavy Red 72.141.
In the upper part of the staff, draw a thick line using Model Color Vermilion70.909.
To finish giving the anime touch, Model Color Black 70.950 is used to paint thin lines simulating adrawing effect on the folds of the skin, power pole and clothes.