Mengu Posted May 13, 2004 Share Posted May 13, 2004 I used to start with skin and do inside out, but after running into some problems here and there, I modified the method a little bit. I now start with hard to reach areas to easy to paint areas. I still usually start with skin. But then, for instance if the figure has a cloak, I'll do the parts of the cloak showing between the legs, and the inside of the cloak. This way I don't worry too much about bumping my brush places it shouldn't go when I'm doing the difficult to reach parts. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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