1. Colonel Clayton Basic Processes




  1. We apply the base coat with Resurection Flesh SFG-14 making sure to cover well the surface.
  2. With Resurection Flesh SFG-14 mixed with Bloodfest Crismon SFG-11at a 50-50 ratio, apply the first shadows on the sides of the nose, cheekbones and expression lines.
  3. Illuminate the entire face with a layer of Moonray Flesh SFG-17 on top of the nose, the top of the cheekbones and forehead.


  1. Over a base coat of Black SC-00 apply a layer within the limits of the eyeball of White Sands SC-09
  2. Being such a small eye, it’s enough to mark the iris with a dark color like Black Leather SC-32.
  3. Finally, to achive a wet and live-like feeling in the eye, apply a small shine over the iris with White SC-01.


  1. Start applying Petroleum Gray SC-57 as a base layer covering well the full beard, this tone will serve as an intermediate tone and shadow, we can give a little bit more of tone mixing it with Black SC-00 and Inktense Violet SC-82, and with this mix we will mark the grooves.
  2. The first highlight will be made with Rainy Gray Rainy SC-60 only the upper half of the beard.
  3. Apply highlights on the top and outline the different straps of the beard with Nacar SC-02, giving just enough light to not detract attention to the face.




  1. To paint the coat we will start with a base coat of Antares Red SC-37 over the primer, covering everything well.
  2. We apply the first shadow with Deep Red SC-35 only on parts where no light hits, and seams where distinct parts of the garment differ.
  3. The last highlight will be made a mix of Antares Red SC-37 and Mars Orange SC-39, preventing it to turn into orange at all and applying it only in the upper areas and in places to be outlined.




  1. Start with a base coat of Iroko SC-27 making sure to cover all well because that will be the main tone.
  2. Shade the wrinkles with a mix of Iroko SC-27 and Chestnut Inktense SC-81 that way we darken while intensify the darkness feeling with the shine of the ink color.
  3. Finally, to illuminate wrinkles, we cover well with Thar Brown SC-61 the upper part of all of them.




  1. For the saber blade the base coat will be a mix of Abyssal Blue SC-08 and Petrolium Gray SC-57, so it will have the typical bluish tone of steel. For the golden parts the basecoat will be given with Brown Leather SC-31
  2. Create the shine of light on the blade with a lighter gray as Graphite SC-03. For Golden parts, the first highlight for the shine is done with Shatara Yellow SC-11.
  3. As a final highlight on the blade we’ll use White SC-01 with a little Graphite SC-03 leaving a small strip of light and outlining the edge of the blade, we can also add cuts and scratches doing fine lines with Black SC-00 and outlining with White SC-01. For Golden parts, simply outline and apply Tenere Yellow SC-10 over the shines, we can add cuts and scratches in the same way with Brown Leather SC-31 and outlining with Tenere Yellow SC-10.

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