Hi, Perhaps Kerik or Clay (my fellow Houstonian) can help me. I'm in my infancy of gumover work, and I know the pigment mixes are closely guarded secrets. But.....I was wondering if anyone can give a suggestion as to a pigment(s) for getting good fleshtones. I am printing a photo of my new bride in her wedding dress, and I would like to keep the dress white while getting some fleshtones in her skin. The exposure times are going to require testing, of course. Any suggestions that will avoid days of experimenting would be appreciated. A starting point perhaps? I'm using Winsor Newton tubes. Thanks, Steve ps: Come to think of it, maybe WN has a tube of "fleshtone". Nah, too easy.