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My friend and i try to dry brush. We always have the same problems. Either it looks just the same as always or it doesn't even show up. I need some tips.
well, when i drybrush i dont use a small brush, what i use is somewhere in between a big tank brush, and a little one. But before i start drybrushing, i break the end of it a bit, so its not so stiff, by brushing it across the bottom of my fingers. So it breaks it up a bit, and makes it softer, and wider. Better for drybrushing.
Bow for the amount of paint, i dont ususally put the paint onto a palette for drybrushing, i just get a cloth, dip the brush into the paint, and wipe most of it off, so that there is very little left. and then i gently, and quickley brush the paint on as if i was dusting something, lightly and just the tip. and dont do only one, do a bunch of sequences, so that you get a better stronger colour.
But say your drybrushing, chainmail, or something. dont wipe of as much paint, and dont do it as lightly.
But im writing this the way i drybrush my Grey Knights (NNM), so it may not work as well, if your drybrushing something different.
Tell me what you are having trouble drybrushing, and ill help you some more if this ddint already. Because there are different ways to drybrush different things
[40k] - Dark Eldar