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I'm coloring an assignment for school, and find myself slightly vexed: One of my characters is Hispanic, and my every attempt to create the proper skin tone makes him look like he's been swimming in Cheetos. Does anyone know of a good base color for a Hispanic skin tone in CMYK?
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I would suggest finding pictures of people and getting a pallette of skintones from those, rather than trying to guess the right shade.
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