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A Golden bay in Pan Pastels

I thought I'd share a bit of my process. I'm working in Pan Pastels. The model in question is a simple custom Morgan Stallion from the new standing Stablemate Warmblood mold. He has had some work done on his barrel and hindquarters. His mane and tail have been changed as well. I prepped him with Rustoleum 2X primer in white and taped off some white markings with blue painters tape.Feel free to follow along and paint your own golden bay or liver chestnut. 
Art Supplies Shopping list:A model with sanded seams and logo removed
400 Grit SandpaperMasking or painters tape (optional)Rustolem 2X PrimerPan Pastels: 280.3 Orange Shade, 820.2 Neutral Grey Extra Dark (or other neutral grey), Layer 3: 740.3 Burnt Sienna Shade, 740.1 Burnt Sienna Extra Dark, 800.5 Black.Pan Pastel optional colors for shading mane, tail, and white markings:Optional fleshy pink pastel or paint for a pink nose or shading white markings.
Krylon Matte, Testor's Dullcote, or other matte/dull sealer
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