- Apply a base coat with Harvester Flesh SFG-15 it is very convenient to coat the entire face well. This color is very clear and it won’t be necessary to illuminate it more later.
- To shade we’ll start from Resurrection Flesh SFG-14. The lips, nose and temples will require special care. To add a touch of color you can add Mayhem Red SFG 03 to the Resurrection Flesh.
- Including Indian Shadow SC-23 in the previous mixture will add depth to the strongest shade areas, such as certain areas of the nose, lower lip and temple. The chin area is shaded lightly with a mixture of Resurrection Flesh SFG-14 and Hellbound Flesh SFG-16 to achieve a stubble feeling.
- The most important thing when drawing a striped pattern is that the distance between the stripes is uniform. On a white background, we draw lines with Blood Red SC-36 with a smaller thickness than the desired one trying to keep a constant distance between them.
- The next step is to adjust the lines to the desired thickness. Fort he red we keep using Blood Red SC-36 and Brown Thar SC-61 for the White ones. It may be necessary to correct several times until the lines are all very similar and the pattern is even.
- Finally we apply a last highlight with a mixture of Antares Red SC-37 and Tiamat Orange SFG-06 to the red lines and White Sands SC-09 for the white ones.
- We begin with a base coat of Brown Leather SC-31.
- We continue now to illuminate adding Gobi Brown to the base color and making small stains and cuts on the leather with Sahara Yellow SC-11 to simulate a worn look.
- We’ll illuminate all those cuts and stains very slightly with some touches and outlines of Lilith Yellow SFG-09.
- We begin with a dark base coat of Kalahari Orange SC-14 mixed with Sharpnel Red SFG-36.
- For the second step we illuminate the areas with Kalahari Orange SC-14, lightening up gradually adding Mars Orange SC-39 .
- For the latest highlight and reflections we use a mixture of Tiemat Orange SFG-06 and Lilith Yellow SFG-09 to illuminate.
- Apply a base coat of Grey Petroleum base SC-57.
- The first highlight will be made mixing Eclipse Grey SC-16 with a pinch of Adriatic Blue SC-15 so that is dyed with a bluish tint.
- For the last highlight we add White SC-01 to the mixture and the edges are outlined with pure white.
- The first step is to coat the boots with a mix of Decay Black SFG-00.
- With Brown Leather SC-31 we apply the first highlight. If desired, you can add some Inktense Chesnut SC-81 to the previous color to enhance the shiny effect.
- Apply another highlight with Red Leather SC-30. Adding Pink Flesh SC-21 to the Red Leader we apply one last highlight on the boots areas of greatest wear.