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Thanks!

The Uruk/Orc skin is pretty simple. Start with a really dark/rich brown - examples being:

 

Rhinox Hide (GW)
Scorched Brown (GW)
Charred Brown (045) (VGC)
Burnt Umber (941) (VMC)
Tank Brown (041) (VMA)
Muddy Brown (9028) (Reaper Master)
Umbral umber (P3)

 

 

Then blend upwards into a chestnutty brown. ie:

 

Doombull Brown (GW)
Dark Flesh (GW)
Dark Fleshtone (044) (VGC)
Mahogany Brown (846) (VMC)
Chestnut Brown (9071)  (Reaper Master)
 
 
You can mix in a little bit of a ruddy fleshtone (Ratskin flesh, etc) or a Cadmium Red for the final highlight, though it's not necessary to do so.

 

I usually use the closest one to hand, for my Uruks, rather than go too specific. This leads to a nice look, as the skin tones are overall very uniform with just a little variation, as you get even in a group of people of the same ethnicity. I did the same with these three.

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