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Spent a little time on Frulla last night putting in the midtone, Reaper Ashen Blue.

 

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Any thoughts on a straight highlight color?  You can see what I have on my Pearltrees Catalog.

 

I'll be playing darts tonight so not sure I will get any work done on her this evening.

 

Stay tuned.

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Spent a little time on Frulla last night putting in the midtone, Reaper Ashen Blue.

 

attachicon.gifFrulla Krung - Lighter Skin.jpg

 

Any thoughts on a straight highlight color?  You can see what I have on my Pearltrees Catalog.

 

I'll be playing darts tonight so not sure I will get any work done on her this evening.

 

Stay tuned.

 

Blue flame, maybe mixed with heather blue.

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Blue flame, maybe mixed with heather blue.

I was thinking of Heather Blue. Hmmm. It's a shade lighter but perhaps not enough.

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Blue flame, maybe mixed with heather blue.

I was thinking of Heather Blue. Hmmm. It's a shade lighter but perhaps not enough.

 

 

That's why I suggested to mix it with the blue flame.

 

I would purchase Snow Shadow..

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That's why I suggested to mix it with the blue flame.

 

I would purchase Snow Shadow..

 

Ah, yes.  I have my eye on the triad it belongs to ... Grey Blues.

 

I'll see about Blue Flame and Heather Blue mix.

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Spent a little time on Frulla last night putting in the midtone, Reaper Ashen Blue.

 

Any thoughts on a straight highlight color?  You can see what I have on my Pearltrees Catalog.

 

I'll be playing darts tonight so not sure I will get any work done on her this evening.

 

Stay tuned.

Looking nice I love he blue skin tone and color scheme as a whole. I may be too late but I would suggest mixing in a bit of Elf flesh or fair skin to your ashen blue to bring up her highlight. When I did a grey blue skin I shaded it with a bit of burgundy wine and added a bit of rosy skin highlight to my blue for my 1st highlight and a bit of pale sand for the final highlight. It helped the skin seem a bit more natural while still remaining blue. Although you need to be careful as to what flesh tone you use some with too much yellow undertone will turn green which you do not want.

 

Looking forward to seeing more and of course when you finish her up.

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I decided on Reaper Promo Paint, Desert Sky.

 

Side-by-side with the Heather Blue it was decently lighter and near enough in saturation/color value.

 

I will post a progress picture tomorrow.

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Here she is with highlights on her skin and some Reaper Grey Liner on the rock outcroppings.

 

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Check out that six-pack! 

 

*flexes*  Hmmm ... not even close.

 

Enjoy and Stay tuned!

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