Join Christopher Broeska for an in-depth discussion in this video Painting a light skin layer, part of Sculpting and Painting a Head in CINEMA 4D.
…Now let's create yet another layer and work with our light color.…So we'll right-click, create another new layer.…And in our Color settings, let's click on our Preset tab, and click that Light Skin.…We'll do the same thing again, we'll just sort of, get…a smaller size brush and just start painting that light color.…Now you can see we've got our pressure set really low.…So this one we can actually turn up pretty high,…so we can actually see it.…And just start painting across our character again.…See,…and this is going to sort of like bring back that fleshy look.…
So we sort of got that under layer of the…red and the brown, and now we're kind of going back.…And covering it up with like a highlight flesh pass.…And all across the top of the head here. Just paint that in.…So you could use your base color, but it actaully.…You always want as many tones as possible for this technique to…look really good.…I'll just sort of keep grinding away,…painting this color in. Let's just zoom in a little bit.…And one thing you'll notice is, when we're in…
- Roughing out a first pass
- Enhancing wrinkles and folds
- Painting with the Stamp Brush
- Painting in layers