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  1. russianmuffin

    Begining to paint skin

    Hello, Question from a beginning painter, How do I paint skin? I started with the fair skin triad, and used this method 1) Prime white 2) Basecoat with fair skin 3) wash/shade with fair skin shadow 4) highlight with fair skin highlights But so far im having poor results. Can anyone share their secrets?
  2. This is (booth # 3) in/of my farmer market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board. I posted this one (it being the simplest booth to make...the (Fabrics & Rugs) booth. My process for the creation of this booth (as well as all the others) is as follows; 1. Raw wooden booth...stain with (Jacobean) wood stain (Minwax)... 2. Dry brush with...(Light Cinnamon)...Acrylic paint... 3. Dry brush with...(Taupe Safari)...Acrylic paint... 4. Wash with (50/50 mixture)...(Butterscotch Alcohol Ink & Water)... 5. Dry brush with...(Rust)...Pastel chalk powder... 6. Spray with...Lusterless flat spray... Materials are all real fabric cut to scale size (52" wide x 12' long)... Left to do are the cloth top (stripe white & ocher) and addition of small signs...
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