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The inks came!  I just spent an hour doing the eyes.  Also, I picked up a box of those nitrile gloves.  Yay for hindsight?


Step 1: Two coats of Red Liner in the eye sockets.






Step 2: Two coats of Solid White over the bulk of that area, leaving a rim of the Red Liner.






Step 3: Four coats of orange ink mixed up from Formula P3 Red and Orange.  Note: a tiny little smidge of red goes a loooooooong way!  This mixture is about 12 drops of yellow, plus I dipped just the tip of my brush into a single drop of red and mixed that in.






Step 4: Two layers of Solid White just at the area of focus where the pupils will go.






Step 5: Get caught up in the moment and forget to take pictures.  This one consisted of three layers of pure yellow Formula P3 ink over the dots and extending outwards into the orange.


Finally, Step 6: Pupils in Walnut Brown, one layer.






Whew!  I have to run now, I have a dinner and some gaming to go to, but the next post will probably be in Show Off once I've sealed everything and attached him to his base!

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