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The Nitty Gritty of Sandpaper I usually use a 220 grit sandpaper. A finer grit such as 400 gives a smoother finish, while a coarser grit such as 120 leaves interesting sanding lines and scratch marks. 51 37 drybrushing Drybrushing involves painting with very little color or moisture on the brush so that the colors do not blend. The paint is usually applied with a frayed natural-bristle brush, which gives an open, brushy, textural feel. By building up layers of different, dry-brushed colors, you can use this technique to create an inspiring textural background.
The wet-in-wet technique will produce a variety of opaque and transparent effects that will either cover or tint the colors in the underpainting. C O M P L E T E T H E PA I N T I N G Continue working wet-in-wet and add enough paint to cover about half of your surface. When the wet gel turns from white to clear, it is fully dry. 48 34 Absorbent painting support Abso Eyedropper dr Acrylicc paints Stencils (op (optional) C R E AT E S O F T E D G E S PA I N T H A R D - E D G E D S H A P E S You can start with either hard or soft edges.
Waterproof sandpaper, sand the painted layer. ) Let this layer dry and repeat After sanding the layer with two blues, I applied Try sanding in different directions. If the paint the sanding process. You can “spot” sand by another layer with red and beige, then sanded seems difficult to sand, use a coarser grit. Don’t sanding only the recently applied colors, or sand that as well. let the sandpaper get dry. Keep using the spray the entire surface. bottle liberally and make sure there is always a good amount of water between the sandpaper and the painted surface.