- As a base color we will use Resurrection Flesh SFG-14 making sure to cover evenly the entire face.
- We will increase the contrast between lights and shadow by highlighting the forehead, the eyelids, upper lip, chin and cheekbones with Flesh Harvester SFG-15, in the same way, we darken the zones of maximum shade using a mixture of Resurrection Flesh SFG-14 and Indian Shadow SC -23 to add a little hue and tone to the face.
- Finally we illuminate the whole with a final highlight of Moonray Flesh SFG-17 on the previously lighten up areas.
- The first step consists in covering the eyeball with Black SC-00 first and then covering it with White SC-01 respecting the edges. It’s important that the eye lines is noticeable.
- As a second step we draw the iris with Deep Blue SC-55 defining this way the direction of the eyes and then we will start tinting the iris adding Green Irati SC-43 to the previously used Deep Blue SC-55.
- Finally, in the following order, we draw a circle as a pupil with Black SC-00, then we add a dot to represent the characteristic shine of an eye on the top right with White SC-01 and finally we paint the iris lower left zone with Irati Green SC-43.
- As base color for the hair apply a layer of Bloodfest Crimson SFG-11 focusing especially on hair creases.
- For a first highlight of color and light use Deep Reed SC-35 respecting the hair creases and leaving visible the previous base layer to give the feeling of reflection.
- Finally give a final light with a mix of network Antares SC-37 and Tiamat orange SFG-06 using the latter tone satin paint to increase the sense of reflection.
- We start with a base coat of an intermediate tone with Shahara Yellow SC-11, covering everything as possible.
- For the second step start shading mixing Shahara Yellow SC-11 and little Brown Leather SC-31 trying not to darken too much, and apply the mixture toward the shade areas. Once shaded, we’ll lighten up back with Shahara Yellow SC-11.
- To illuminate the hat, apply two layers, the first one is made by mixing Shahara Yellow SC-11 with Lilith Yellow SFG-09 and the second one, with which practically we just outline, will be only Lilith Yellow SFG-09..
- We start with a dark base color, Sahara Yellow SC-11 mixed with Inktense Chestnut SC-81.
- We proceed now to illuminate outlining the edges and make small stains and cuts in the leather jacket with Shahara Yellow SC-11 to give it a worn look.
- Lighten up all these cuts and stains very slightly with some touches and outlinings of Lilith Yellow SFG-09.
- Start painting the shirt with a base color of Petrolium Grey SC-57, it is important to cover well the whole garment because it will be the predominant tone, do not leave even one nook uncovered.
- The first highlight will be made with a mixture of Eclipse Grey SC-16 with a pinch of Lilith Yellow SFG-09 to tint the garment with a green tone.
- For the last highlight do the previous mixture, but this time with a greater amount of Lilith Yellow SFG-09 than Eclipse Grey SC-16, outlining the edges and ridges of the shirt mainly.