Thanks guys! I think Rotigus here is my favorite model I've painted so far, even more so than the Death Lord himself. As far as the flesh recipe, I'll list it but be aware I do intend to make a step - by - step tutorial with pictures soon... I may pick up one of the new Plaguebearer Heralds for the occasion. Anyhow, it's as follows:
1. Prime model Corax White (as usual)
2. Base model in Pallid Wych Flesh
3. Wash model with diluted Seraphim Sepia
4. Wash model with diluted Carroburg Crimson, concentrating on recesses
5. Repeat step 4 with diluted Athonian Camoshade
6. Repeat step 4 with diluted Druchii Violet... with this one I tend to concentrate more on joints, bends, shaded areas and wounds
7. Lightly drybrush model with Pallid Wych Flesh. You don't want to overpower the washes, but you do want to pick out the raised areas and coat some of the washed areas. This gives the illusion of the washed areas being under the skin like congealed blood and body fluids.
8. This part is optional, but I feel it helps the model... pop, I guess. Add undiluted Carroburg Crimson to central recessed areas of the model. Wet your brush and use it to push the Crimson outward into the rest of the recessed and shadowed areas.
That's it. I've also done Step 8 with Athonian Camoshade as well using some Poxwalkers. It's all optional, as are the washes themselves used. This recipe could just as easily be applied to different God-specific models using different wash colors, etc.