UM SURE I can try!!
Honestly, a lot of my cuts/scrapes/scruff/whatever is just cross hatching. When it comes to color, for scrapes and tears and stuff, I normally use neutral colors, or just a darker of the color it’s on — on a blue shirt, it would be a darker shade of blue, and desaturated a little bit sometimes even. I normally go and use a color close to the base color, and then do one or two gradually darker colors
For cuts and bruises, I just go with what I’ve noticed on my own skin sobs SO I don’t know how well you can take this for colors. I’ve noticed for myself, that when you first get a nasty bruise, it’s dark and it’s redish/purple. After a few days, it dulls down to a more blueish/purple. Then slowly it goes down to a green, greenish yellow, yellow, yellowish brown, and then back to your skintone.
With cuts, I normally get a bruise around the cut.
UMM Blood is thick, so it pools up a good deal before dripping off something, in my experience.
You’re more prone to get scrapes and scruff things up and cuts around joints, and appendages. Things that you fall on and catch yourself on, or well…use?? Like you use your hands/fingers to pry something open, you’d ram into something with your shoulder/upper arm/elbow. You fall on your knees, etc.
With big cuts and slashes and stuff, remember that it..takes away skin, and digs into you, so it literally takes a chunk out of you??
AND UHH A good way for it too is use a lot of black deep in there. When blood is together, it gets really REALLY dark, and not bright red you want to color it normally. Like, almost dark brown color black. So using a lot of blacks helps.
UHMMM idk it’s a lot of cross hatching and short, quick lines and swipes.
OH AND ALSO!!! Black eyes. Normally, if you get a black eye, your nose also bruises, and your other eye bruises a little unless you get far on the right or far left
AND UHH with bruises, try to avoid straight up circles. Break it up a bit, or it’ll look really fake.