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I do not have much experience and honestly I am scared of flesh tones. But I would be happy to paint as well as you. Kudos

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Thank you.  All I used was 9092 Golden Skin, straight from the bottle. Some of the faces got a highlight of Golden Skin and a tiny bit of white, right on the nose and forehead. 

 

 

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Very lovely group  (of dangerous) ladies you have there!

 

I happen to have both of those clicky figures; I never would have thought of doing this with them; I may be 'borrowing' some ideas from you in the future.

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