I began by painting the body of the figure with Folk Art "Barn Wood".
When the wash had had time to dry, I started work on the highlights. First, I added simple dot eyes with Americana "Olive Green" (Which is actually a light, almost neon, green). I then highlighted the skin with the base "Poppy Seed", and I highlighted the wrappings with the base "Barn Wood". I highlighted the blue areas with the base "True Blue", and the red parts with the base "Deep Tomato Red". The gold decorations that I had painted with the "Bronze" , I highlighted with Ceramcoat "14K Gold". I didn't do the scythe or the shield as I was trying to distinguish between functional items that were actually bronze, and ornamental items that were made of gold. Lastly, I painted the figure's white integral base with Ceramcoat Walnut.
I'm pleased with how this mummy turned out, particularly the weathering and corrosion on the shield and scythe.
Figure 153 of 265: Complete