ASSASSIN’S CREED (red clothes-brush) / ASSASSIN’S CREED (ropa roja-pincel) – AG

ASSASSIN’S CREED (red clothes-brush) / ASSASSIN’S CREED (ropa roja-pincel) – AG


Let’s continue the adventure! We are halfway though Today’s topic is “How to paint red cloth” Firstly we put all of the colors down on the wet palette BLACK (70.950) BLACK RED (70.859) FLAT RED (70.957) DARK VERMILLION (70.947) SUNNY SKIN TONE (70.845) MATT MEDIUM (70.540) This one will help us to get a matt red color And an ARTIS OPUS brush – size 1 Also a size 0 brush First, I apply the base color Which will be BLACK RED (70.859) We add some drops and I will apply the base color To the inner part of the coat It’s crucial to apply thin layers Apply the layer, let it dry, and then repeat By doing this we will achieve a consistent coat As you continue.. …the color gets stronger We also paint the sash the base color Red colors lose their intensity, then we have to apply some more layers We apply a layer, let it dry, and then repeat The final result Right now I will apply the first highlight I take a bit of MATE MEDIUM (70.540) and I mix it with FLAT RED (70.957) This will produce a matt red color We add about three drops – more or less And I will paint the first highlight on the raised areas Let the base color remains on the parts with some depth The more layers you apply, the stronger the color gets Apply a layer, let it dry, and then repeat Red is an arduous color to paint, because it loses intensity So we have to go little by little Apply the color, let it dry, and then repeat This way we will get a saturated red The same on the inside of the shoulder pad The final result Second highlight With DARK VERMILLION (70.947) add bit of FLAT RED (70.957) And we add a little drop of MATE MEDIUM (70.540) To get a matt coat I apply another highlight to the same part in the previous step but reduce the area where you apply the paint I recommend applying the highlight from the top to the bottom Rest the paint on the upper part and drag it down This way we will achieve a good blend And I keep on saying – the more layers the color gets stronger Little by little, you will start seeing the contrast Don’t forget to paint the inner shoulder pads An inner highlight it is necessary We keep on applying this second highlight slowly, do not rush Let it dry and add more paint Here you can see the final result Third highlight We add a bit of SUNNY SKIN TONE (70.845) to the previous color This color contains on its composition some yellow It will give luminosity to the color Then we add just a bit of it and let’s apply the next highlight Instead of painting such a large highlight, we will apply it to a smaller part Rest the paint brush and blend it Here you can see the contrast between highlights and shadows This highlight is just to define a bit more of the wrinkles and we will get a beautiful red A saturated one thanks to the SUNNY SKIN TONE (70.845) As it contains yellow, and it gives us that luminous touch It is crucial to use a good brush Make sure the tip of the brush remains sharp For those little details, it is crucial to have a good brush Here is the final result It’s time to apply shadows I take a bit of BLACK (70.950) and I mix it with BLACK RED (70.859) And I will apply this mixture to the parts with depth This will give us some contrast Watch on the Top Left square that this mixture contains some more water This way we will blend it properly We take a bit rest the brush, and blend it If the change is abrupt, we can add more BLACK RED (70.859) This fabrics are covered so they must have more shade Just on the sash, on the inner part more shadows must be applied On the flaps, just where they meet with the white parts we need apply shadows as well The same on the coat, on the deep wrinkles, we will add this mixture And here you can see the final result Do you like this topic? Comment below with your opinion for a chance to win this exclusive miniature Click on the video description to see the huge list of products I use in the video Ci vediamo a la prossima puntata!

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