Next, I use a lttle thinned out burnt Sienna. Looking at the photos, I see a couple of patches up around the eye brows, and then a little on the sides of the face and toward the back of his head. The color isn't quite right, but I'm not worried about that now. Next, I think out some black and start painting the other areas of the head. I use thin washes to sneak up on the color I want. I can always make it darker, if I want. I don't want it to be just a pure deep black, because I want to use that darker black later to deepen shadows in the wrinkles and different places. I'm wanting to use several shades of black. You can see that darkening the black with several coats really starts looking good! I blow him dry to set all the colors and then I decide The brown is too red. I do a few washes of Asphaltum brown and then decide to use some yellow to lighten it up. That looks better! I blow it dry to set the paint. Then I spray it with plain water and use some thinned out black to shade the front, underneath his nose and around his lips. then I use a yellowish orange mix to paint the eyeballs a bit. Check out the eyes in the pictures! More later when I get to paint some more!