All Copic Markers Skin Tones Numbers; from Whites to Browns to Black


As a colorblind artist (yes there is such a thing), the main issue I struggle with is skin tones. Luckily Copic have a wide range of markers with skin tones, grouped by numbers below from light to dark to choose from:

0 = Clear Blender Marker, E00 = Skin White, E04 = Lipstick Natural, E000 = Pale Fruit Pink, E11 = Barley Beige, E21 = Soft Sun (also known as Baby Skin Pink in traditional Copic markers), R02 = Flesh, R20 = Blush, R32 = Peach, E35 = Chamois, YR02 = Light Orange, E93 = Tea Rose, E13 = Light Suntan, E15 = Dark Suntan, E37 = Sepia, E18 = Copper, R20 = Blush, 100 = Black

In the section Copic Markers Skin Tones Numbers, I have grouped these into the main 3 Copic marker sets for sale.

This way you can choose which set to purchase based on your needs.

I should try my hand at colored markers again as Copic have a wide range of skin tones for their markers.

Each marker has a corresponding number to make it easier to select and they packaged these in sets for your convenience!

Not only that, their skin tones cover not only white skin tones but go through the whole human skin color spectrum from pasty white to black skin tones (and all the shades in-between).

Now the job of marking in flesh tones is now much easier. Especially since you can blend in some of the other shades.

Copic Markers Skin Tones Numbers

Here are the main Copic Markers Skin Tones Numbers from light to dark:

Copic markers skin tones numbers from the Copic Markers 6-Piece Sketch Set, Skin Tones Set

Light Skin: E00 = Skin White, E11 = Barley Beige

Medium Skin: E13 = Light Suntan, E15 = Dark Suntan

Dark Skin: E18 = Copper, R20 = Blush

Note: The color of the skin tones on paper matches the color you see at the top of the cap for each marker.

There are many more tones depending on the set you purchase. Click on each image to view the range as sold on Amazon. Please note as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


Copic markers skin tones numbers from the Copic Ciao 12 Piece Marker Set – Skin Tone Set

Note: These Copic markers work as well as the sketch Copic markers (these are the regular Comic markers) but they are a slimmer version. 

Additionally, Copic Ciao markers are also refillable. 

Light Skin: E00 = Skin White, E04 = Lipstick Natural, E11 = Barley Beige, E21 = Soft Sun (also known as Baby Skin Pink in traditional Copic markers), R02 = Flesh, R20 = Blush, R32 = Peach

Medium Skin: E35 = Chamois, E37 = Sepia, YR02 = Light Orange

Dark Skin: 100 = Black

Blender Marker: 0 = Clear Blender marker

Note: The color of the skin tones on paper matches the color you see at the top of the cap for each marker.

There are many more tones depending on the set you purchase. Click on each image to view the range as sold on Amazon. Please note as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


Copic markers skin tones numbers from the Copic Markers I6-Skin Ciao Markers, Skin, 6-Pack Set

Note: These Copic markers work as well as the sketch Copic markers (these are the regular Comic markers) but they are a slimmer version. 

Additionally, Copic Ciao markers are also refillable. 

Light Skin: E000 = Pale Fruit Pink, E00 = Skin White, E11 = Barley Beige

Medium Skin: E15 = Dark Suntan, E93 = Tea Rose

Dark Skin: E18 = Copper

Note: The color of the skin tones on paper matches the color you see at the top of the cap for each marker.

There are many more tones depending on the set you purchase. Click on each image to view the range as sold on Amazon. Please note as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

The great thing about using Copic markers and Copic ciao markers is that they can be layered and blended.

So with one or two sets, you should be able to cover the entire spectrum of human skin colors.

Recommendations

My recommendation is to start with a small set of 6 or a couple of individual markers.

These you can pick up at a local Staples store or art supplies store and try them out.

My local art store has a few Copic markers tied to a chain with various types of paper on hand, so that you can try them out before buying.

If you wish to purchase something now then I would go with the Copic Markers 6-Piece Sketch Set (see below) as it has a nice mix of light, medium and dark shades.

Quick Tutorial Video

I have also included a quick but really good tutorial video that you may find useful by YouTuber “Tea’s Creative Corner“. This way you can see these great markers in action.


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