DUDE! YOUR A FUCKING MONSTER! awesome! awesome! awesome work man!
Cheers Damion! Thanks for dropping by
Hi Luca, just read your post on my blog. There really isn't a simple answer, as there are varieties of fleshtones on the same face. It was up to me to observe how the colours weaved themselves together, and then capture those relationships with my mixtures. The one thing I do is pick somewhere on the face to start...mix up that colour in a pool on my palette (for which there is no recipe), and then simply modify that pool with additional mixtures (maybe a little more green added in, then a little red, a little lighter, darker, etc). This way, the flesh colours will all stay related to each other. Hope that makes sense.
Thanks Marco, yeah it does make sense! Thanks again.
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