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demaine22 wrote:More kiln progress...quite a bit of chalks/pastels on this, lots of blending together and mucky fingers, then all sealed together when I was filthy enough.
Tried some different settings on the camera...definately need more light in this house
demaine22 wrote:Thought I'd turn my attention to messing with the bits I got from Steve ages ago at MOMING this year.
Steve Bennett wrote:I like the new stripped down version of the layout, has a nice open feel to it, but with enough to make it interesting. A few more small bits and pieces lying around will finish it off quite nicely.
Simon Andrews wrote:Looking good Like the ground cover, started on my new layout at the weekend, not so good as yours
henrix72se wrote:When you got them, use a steel brush or dremel tool or equal if you have it and brush along the sticks until you got strokes all over. Paint with a mixture of 1 part paint to 10 parts car window washer fluid. I use a mixture of brown and gray, usually Tamiya acrylics, but I guess any acrylic colour would do. Cut them of in pieces the last thing you do when dry. The light mixture makes the paint soak in a bit with a nice texture and not look as a layer on top, more as part of the wood bark.
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