This one was an interesting video to create. All of the other flesh tone videos involved 'natural' colors... that is, the appearance of the flesh colors were as they occurred 'naturally'.
These flesh tones were altered by exposure to elements, such as sunlight.
That meant that the eyes could be a lighter, or bluer, shade than they had been on the dark flesh video. The colors also had to be kept more in the orange range.
However, that balance can go out of whack very quickly, and the figure ends up like they had gone on a vacation to the surface of the Sun.
That fact was mentioned over and over, and will be supported in text blocks advising of not getting the dreaded pumpkin flesh!
It never ceases to amaze me how different things look from the shaded basecoat stage and then once the glazing is complete.
Working back in the mid tones...
And then side by side.
Time to go protect the forest!