Mixing flesh tone acrylic painting: How to mix & match skin tones in painting

http://willkempartschool.com/how-to-choose-a-basic-portrait-painting-palette-for-oils/ How to mix flesh tone with acrylic paint. Basic colour mixing techniques. Learn to mix flesh colors that can be used for painting a portrait. This simple mixture will help to learn about color mixing when trying to paint people with realistic skin tones. Match the flesh colour to your own skin tones.

How to mix a good base flesh tone using red, yellow, brown & blue and white. For a more subtle palette using oil paints & instructional videos and painting techniques visit http://willkempartschool.com/how-to-choose-a-basic-portrait-painting-palette-for-oils/

Acrylic colours used:
Titanium White
Cadmium yellow light
Permanent alizarin crimson (W & N)
Burnt Umber
Ultramarine Blue

All paints Golden heavy body acrylic apart from Permanent alizarin crimson which is Winsor & Newton


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