Helgeson Art: A Formula 9. SSS - Sub Surface Scattering In a new Overlay layer I'm painting with a really saturated red. I'm mainly focusing on painting in the core-shadow/terminator, and places such as fingers and ears. SSS happens when light enters the skin, picks up the red hue of the blood and then scatters out again, creating a more red-hue. It adds a lot of life to the colors, just remember not all materials act in the same way, and skin is particularly susceptible to SSS.
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