Hey guys, I'm new here, and relatively new to airbrushing. Been mostly airbrushing portraits in black and white since I've only been working with pencils before I'm kinda scared of colors for now. Planning to dive in the deep on my next project tho! Anyways, I had a break for over a year now and I tried picking up again with a portrait, but I screwed up pretty badly, went to dark, too much rimples, etc etc... so I decided to start over, but instead of going to full white again I tought I'd let my "old portrait" peak trough a bit so I didnt have to map the portrait out again. It seems now I have this terrible blue shift though. Still in an early stage with overreduced paint, but I dont think I'll loose the blue shift completly. And I would like my portrait to feel warmer rather then the cold feel it gives now. Thinking about going over it with a transparent sepiaish or something to warm it up. What you guys think, will this work? And if you guys have any tips on how I best go with this, or other ideas to warm it up, any help is welcome (remember my fear of colors ) Thanks in advance!