Gray wash. Right now Johnny’s taking a break
and I discussed with him about my ideas with the gray wash and how the gray wash is more
appealing to the eye and more normal. It’s what we normally see as opposed to the red.
He agrees, so we’ve mixed up some gray right now. And I’ve got about twenty percent black
and about eighty percent of white pigment. And I like to use the white as opposed to
sterilized water or alcohol because the white remains, keeps the same consistency and doesn’t
become any thinner. And what we have here is this gray that I’ve mixed eighty-twenty.
And it’s a little bit light right here. So I’m just going to take my toothpick, my clean
toothpick every time, dip it in some black that I’ve already been using for some line
work and or the shading work. This right here is the shading. Anyway, just a little bit
and we’re going to see what this does. Look, darkens it up just a little bit more and that’s
all it takes. The rest is going to be technique. But this gray right here is our desired gray
that we’re looking for.