Could someone provide a quality and detailed link to a tutorial thread, or offer up a fresh paint schedule for a whitetail deer mount using lifetone, lacquer paints. Honestly this is my weakest link to very high quality work. I know from studying reference pics that actual colors can vary significantly from a fleshy appearance with a very slight amount of tan to a dark brown eye. Also, the nose can vary from a solid dark brown, to a lighter dark brown on the top half, fading into a lighter skin tone on the lower half. Lastly the ears can vary from a whitish waxy appearance to that of a fleshy pinkish hue. Anyway, with all of that said, I could use a quality paint schedule as well as advice on how to blend paints, etc. As an example, I currently use buckskin tan in the interior of the ears as well as within the nostrils and sometimes on the nose-pad itself as well as around the eye with a heavier concentration within the tear duct. Then I use dark brown to mist lightly around the entire eye attempting to leave the tear duct primarily flesh colored from the buckskin tan. I then use the airbrush to spray the actual lid darker then the rest of the surrounding eye skin. Lastly, I paint the nose-pad to the edge of the hairless pad and slightly into the hair of the nostril in an attempt to blend the two colors. After everything is painted, I use my sculpting tool to rub across any hair to remove excess paint - by removing paint from the hair, it seems to really change the appearance for the better of most any mount, giving it a softer more life-like and blended appearance, however, I have seen mounts with applied paints that look better than I produce. Thanks for your time and advice.