That looks good dude! I've always struggled with this, I've started to improve I guess.
Need any tips? I'd be happy to give them out
Yeah some tips would be nice, thanks.
1.) When using the image editor (Such as Gimp or Photoshop) magic wand is your best friend
2.) Fool with the hue and saturation of your face texture until you get it the color that you want
3.) If a full face texture isn't working for your caw split it into the most distinct features of your face. For example on my caw it is my nose eye lids and lips. And also any facial hair should probably be split up as well.
4.) Fool with toggling between skin color and any facial layers. Once you put on your face texture if you touch any facial layers, the texture darkens. Use this to your advantage depending upon your skin tone.
5.) try to make your logos large so you don't have to stretch them as much(When you stretch the logo blurs)
6.) Last but not least I suggest a 512 by 512 png file and with the background transparent