This is the recipe I use for White Flesh using Citadel Paints.1.Tallern Flesh2.Wash using watered down Dark Flesh. Allow to dry. (make your own)3.Wash with watered down Scorched Brown, allow to dry. (make your own)4.Dry brush Tallern Flesh5.Dry brush 1 part Tallern Flesh to 1 part Bleached Bone6. Dry Brush Bleached bone
I work up from a black undercoat, coat of scorched brown then highlight graduating mixes from scorched brown - bestial brown - dark flesh - elf flesh (I very rarely get much elf flesh in there unless I'm painting nobles with their pale skin!). I'll then add either a touch of red gore for ruddy cheeks or a small amount of codex grey to the top highlight depending on what personality I want on the figure (farmer, preacher, leveller etc.). At a glance it doesnt make a huge difference but adds personality to massed ranks when viewed close up!
Bronzed flesh base coat (this is an old GW colour I don't think they do anymore but I still have a pot left)Then wash in ogryne fleshThen a second wash in the recesses with Declan mudHighlight in elf fleshFinal highlight in mix of white and elf fleshThen a watered down wash of red on the cheeks/ forehead if it suits the figure.
Rufus T. Firefly: Oh, I'm sick of messages from the front. Don't we ever get a message from the side?