Finally, for the sun-burned warrior set, we have a Flesh wash over Citadel Dwarf Flesh. This really turned out bad. Although you can see the wash did a nice job of shading the Dwarf Flesh color, it is really too subtle for anything other than a camera on magnification. The armor was Mud wash over White and the tunic White highlights over Mud wash over White. Again, the contrast between Mud and White is too great to use that combination again without layering in other colors.
- A better looking flesh color for Caucasians. That means a little bit of very light skin patches, here and there.
- Shading for well-defined figures, but not too subtle, nor too stark a contrast between light and dark.
- An easy painting method, but not necessarily quick. (Although quick would be nice.)
- A method for picking out details in armor and clothing. Again, not too subtle nor too stark a contrast.