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  1. I wanted to practice painting and darker skin tones ( I haven’t worked with much past medium, value “5” skin tones). This is what I got, I’m not very happy with it. I need way more practice.
This was based off a referenced picture from the Himba tribe of northern Namibia. The women of the tribe’s skin have an orangey-red tint to their skin, because as apart of their tradition they apply otjize (fat and ochre) to their skin each morning as a type of cosmetic and protection from the sun.
[If you want to learn more about the tribe check out their wiki page for starters: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himba_people There are a lot more, better resources out there too, but it’s a starting point. ]

    I wanted to practice painting and darker skin tones ( I haven’t worked with much past medium, value “5” skin tones). This is what I got, I’m not very happy with it. I need way more practice.

    This was based off a referenced picture from the Himba tribe of northern Namibia. The women of the tribe’s skin have an orangey-red tint to their skin, because as apart of their tradition they apply otjize (fat and ochre) to their skin each morning as a type of cosmetic and protection from the sun.

    [If you want to learn more about the tribe check out their wiki page for starters: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himba_people There are a lot more, better resources out there too, but it’s a starting point. ]

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