for me it is alittle harder, but more effective. I first use a color like crimson red for example. I then paint all the parts that will be the flesh. After that i paint on top of that a little quick sweep of a lighter red. Next i drybrush the skin w/ dwarf flesh. Finally i drybrush that w/ elf flesh. The turn out on my IW oblit. looks really nice.
If you manage to get a fresh flesh look to it, it will look the best.
Here's a tip: start with scab red or crimson red and give some highlights with lighter red tones.
Then after that give a natural fleshy look to the absolute highlight of the area.
Other than that I am requesting this discussion moved to the "Painting" forum.
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