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Lluis of Minairons

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Re: Dry brushes
« Reply #15 on: December 05, 2020, 08:52:14 PM »
...these days I tend to highlight more than drybrush.

Same for me. Now I use to drybrush only dominant surfaces (that is, human figures' long coats, or horse skins for instance); and even in those cases I often add some highlighting there afterwards.

Leslie BT

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Re: Dry brushes
« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2020, 09:50:20 PM »
I keep the makeup brush just for dry brushing bases and vehicles and would treat like a good fine painting brush.  It for the very soft applications where you just want a delicate finish.

Go and buy a cheap one from Wilko, or another supermarket and try it out, it will be a revelation after using those old and worn-out brushes.

I would those listed below for the PVA and all those other grungy jobs like the rest of you.