Asked by nucd
I admit I’ve been a little out of the loop lately so I can’t speak for newer companies but the only one I know of that does a range of fantasy skin tones as default is Resin Soul/Bobobie (Dark grey isn’t listed but they’ll do it if you ask about it I think, or that’s what I’ve heard anyway).
Withdoll have been doing some gorgeous darkelf themed dolls lately in grey resin too, so you could always try checking them out or hitting the market place for a second hand doll if they’re out of stock. Souldoll have done them in the past too. Though yeah, I’m not sure who else does it as default, most companies pretty much stick with NS, WS and various tan shades.
I’m sorry I couldn’t be more help, does anyone else have any suggestions?
I mentioned I was in the mood to make tutorials I figured I’d throw this together since I was doing a quick test of the make shift stand for a hopefully big shoot I’m doing tomorrow. I can’t take any credit for this idea, I came across mention of it ages ago but this is my first time actually using it. I wish I’d done it sooner because holy crap it really does help so I wanted to share XD
I’m going to put together more tips like this too, I think I’m going to talk about body language and posing in the next one so if there’s anything in particular you’d like let me know ;3 I’ve had a few suggestions already though that I’m going to try to get too.