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Painting: Painting with Oils
Discuss Oil painting techniques.
Joined: June 26, 2002
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Posted: Friday, October 04, 2002 - 10:24 AM UTC
What excatly is that. Is it like jabbing the paint and if so will that not ruin the point on your (expensive) brush?
British Columbia, Canada
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Posted: Friday, October 04, 2002 - 07:18 PM UTC
Good question....depending on the effect you are trying to create....stippling can range from jabbing, as you put it, to a patting motion with the side of a brush. If you use the point, use an older brush...usually all of the motions of stippling are done with a clean dry brush, using the wet on wet paint method to kind of 1/2 blend it in.....good for 5 o'clock shadow....or different horses...like a star on a horses face or socks on it's feet.
Hope this helps clear it up for you.
Idaho, United States
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Posted: Saturday, October 05, 2002 - 05:33 AM UTC
One other example that I can think of would be to simulate the application of mud over a base color for camouflage on vehicles. I just find an old, cheap,stiff brush, take some nail clippers to it to cut it to shape and start work