This entry was originally posted on Monday, September 3, 2012

The drybrush technique is a wonderful way to create texture.

To do this, make sure there is not much water in your brush.

More paint than water.

The paint can even be diluted with water so it is pale but there should not be much water in the brush.

Then gently drag it across the surface of your paper.

This is best done with cold press or rough paper.

What is left behind is a lovely texture where the white of the paper or another color shows through.

Leslie Lambert

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