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Small presentation on how I paint flesh colour portraits with oil paint - without flesh colour tint . Layer upon layer.

Small presentation on how I paint flesh colour portraits with oil paint - without flesh colour tint . Layer upon layer.

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    • Painting a portrait in oil- layer upon layer
      By South African Artist : Ilse Kleyn.
      www.artofkleyn.co.za
    • I start my drawing the outlines with a small brush – using “purple lake”. I then do the under layer in “Indian yellow” and for the darker areas I use “Purple Lake” (Winsor & Newton oil paint)
    • The under-layer is bright and radiant – perfect to vibrate true colour from underneath the finished painting. No white was used in the 1ste layer
    • With the second layer I use “Burnt sienna” mixed with “ Titanium white”. Little bit of “crimson” on the cheeks and “French Ultramarine” in the shadows.
    • In the top layer I use the same colours as the previous layer but add more high lights with pure white.
    • The End