why drybrushing rocks
Drybrushing rocks because you can capture so many different sources of light and color for the most realistic outcome.
Drybrushing rocks because it allows for embellishments such as glitter, fake snow, make up, clothing, wigs and lashes.
Drybrushing rocks because pastels can be used to shade in the fine details, shadows and contours that make facial features come alive.
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Drybrushing rocks because it does not require additional firings. Because acrylic paints are used in drybrusing, pieces are sprayed with a sealant rather than glazed or fired a second time.
Although the finished product will look amazing, drybrushing is not for the faint of heart. As anyone who has every drybrushed will tell you, it is monotonous and very time consuming. Because almost all of the paint is removed from the brush, it takes a long time and several coats in order to cover well.
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