Mix your crease and wrinkle paint in one of the wells on your porcelain (or aluminum...no plastic!) palette. I'm using Genesis Heat Set Paints. Darken your blush color mix with some of your Burnt Umber. This will deepen the tone of your paint. Stephanie Sullivan suggests adding a bit of Dioxazine Purple 04 to cool the color.
|Mix your crease and wrinkle color on your palette.|
I use my 00 round brush to apply this color to the creases and wrinkles. Use a scrubby brush to feather and blend the edges.
|Apply crease and wrinkle paint to the inside of the nostrils.|
|Apply crease and wrinkle paint to the inside of the ears.|
|Use a scrubby brush to feather the edges of the crease and wrinkle paint.|
|Apply paint to the creases and wrinkles on the hands and arms.|
|Apply paint to the creases and wrinkles on the feet and legs.|
If you are interested in an in depth look at color mixing and reborning, I highly recommend The Art of Reborning II - Painting with Genesis Heat Set Paints. (not an affiliate link)
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