Thursday, May 31, 2007

Jinn and Painting

In detail painting, one often uses different toned colors in a layering fashion. The most obvious example is painters who make ceramic pots look like old and rusty metal pots. The use a dark red all over, then several lighter reds - applied less over the pot then the previous layers as to see the previous layers, then the silver on top of the reds - to make the red look like rust and the pot like metal.
So in jinn, especially on big jinn, why don't we start with some darkened lime sulphur, and finish with the whiter?

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