@paulb. I had a feeling the photo was not good enough. I have just covered her with red paint, but it’s thin, so the green still dominates. If the theory holds true and I do not botch it, as I add layers the green makes the skin luminous. However, at this point it just looks flat and lifeless. So in person it is much warmer but not much deeper. I will play with the color settings and repost the pic.
Based on my latest glaze, it is apparent that in the next step I will need to remodel the entire face and bring the values back up. Can you tell I covered all the skin with another glaze. It is not so clear in the photo. I like to use the softest acrylic wash brush I own for glazing. I get the smoothest, most even application with it. I apply the glaze, then treat the brush with medium, squeeze it out, and work the paint so the coat is even. There is a real danger in overworking the glaze. If it starts to get tacky, it will tend to clump. I actually glazed it three times and wiped it off twice. I reposted the pic and its closer to what I see.
Thank you @bob73 and @Bobitaly . If you have been following along you may have had a chuckle over the fact that I started part of this journey trying to get single coat coverage. Now here I am painting the same picture 6 or 7 times. But I have also made a lot of mistakes so it’s not as straight a path as you might think. I glazed it and wiped it off several times, then had to repaint the underpainting. It is fun watching it emerge.