rshousha Posted September 24, 2015 Share #1 Posted September 24, 2015 (edited) Greetings, A client asked me to describe the drybrush painting technique and I thought I'd ask the question here. Where do people use this technique and do you have any pictures to show? I'll start by saying I use the technique regularly but I only have pictures of this technique being used on car models. I've attached a picture where the various nuts and bolts have been detailed using this technique. In essence, the brush is dipped in the paint and then pretty well 90% of the paint is removed. With whatever is left on the brush one can brush back and forth across a slightly raised part and give it some color. In the tiny nuts and bolts on that car part, a wet brush would have simply dropped gobs of paint on the model. It would be pretty well impossible to get those tiny screws on the left to look even without using this technique. Can people add some boat pictures using this technique? Best Regards, Edited September 24, 2015 by rshousha Ryland Craze, Captain Poison, CaptainSteve and 1 other 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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