I tried to capture each step of the coloring process in the below picture:
Step 1 (pic 1) I use the lighter brown E35 Chamois to color the tail, muzzle, and the inside of the ears. You have to go over the color a couple times to get a nice smooth solid color.
Step 2 (pic 2) I outline the areas that I want to have a darker edge with the darker brown E37 Sepia. As you color more you will get to know how thick you want your outline. The thicker you make your outline the more space it will take to blend it smoothly with the lighter color. I also color in the outside of the ear solid dark brown since there isn't much room to blend.
Step 3 (pic 3) I make a thin single coat of the light brown where it will be. Don't worry about lines in it, because you will be going back over it multiple times as you blend the dark into the center.
Step 4 (pic 4) I have blended most of this bear but I left areas on the butt and face hoping that you can see some of the stroke lines showing how I just use small strokes from the outside towards the middle and blend the color from dark to light.
Step 5 (pic 5) This bear is complete now. He can be used on your projects as is, or you can add more details like I did in the next picture.
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