3. the photo below show the skin with it's third layer colour Dawf flesh.
leave some of the base coats showing through
photo 4 show the skin with another wash of Orgrin skin.
I do one final layer which i leave to later in the paint
Photo 5 left figure shows first coat of Prussian blue paint out all black where this blue is
Right figure has second coat intense blue.
when painting this coat leave areas of first coat to show throught
you can see in this picture how i have left the bottom layer of Prussian blue
Photo 7. I this picture I have added the third layer of blue use sparingly paint on raised areas only
I've also painted bone white and burnt umber on the two belts scrortch earth on the gun wood these are all base coats. the reason for base coats is they give depth and the final colour will be stronger and more pleasing to the eye.
Photo 8 Base coat of black red on the blanket
Here we have second coats going on Blood red over the base coat of black red leave small amounts of base coat white on the belt and leather brown on thin belt
Photo 10. Scortched brown on hair german grey for black or bubonic brown for blond in this photo i've only done the first layer of hair.
(Calthan brown orlondon grey bleached bone for second layer thin stripes)
Photo 11. the Officer coat first layer wastecoat dark brown it should be burnt umber
Photo12. Second layer bestial brown leave small amounts of first layer lace is
German camo green
sword bolt gun metal, shining gold
Photo13. Here we now add Calthan brown wood grain the hair has second layer as explained above
bolt gun metal on gun barrel
Photo 14. water bottle bestial brown
boots are burnt umber Also before basing i've painted the final coat of skin which is dwalf flesh once again only the nose cheek bones and chin and if no mustach upper lip.
All black has shading on it which is German grey