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When I try to drybrush the brissels on my brush tend to paint part of the model im not trying to paint. So is there a way to drybrush and not get it all over the place or do I just have to be real careful.
Instead of dabbing up and down, use very little paint and try just going back and forth, like you were painting a line. Remember, VERY little paint!
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just makesure that u have little paint on the edge of the brush. I tend to do 2 drybrushes on my khorne worriers before i actually really paint and it tends to work well
First and foremost, the paint you will be using to dry brush must be thinned down. This can be done with ordinary tap water or Acrylic Flow Enhancer.
Now load the brush only to the tip, any more will be too much. Wipe the brush across a clean paper towel to remove excess paint. Test it on your hand. If you see any paint strokes, you have too much. Afterwards, begin by swiping the brush across the surface. You should not be able to see the paint, directly. After applying three to five coats of paint, the effect should become visible.
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