We compare the dry brushing technique with a paint wash on two concrete casted plaques with Celtic designs. [00:00] Intro. [01:10] Dark mix of acrylic paint wash on plaque pre-painted/undercoated with silver metallic paint. [04:25] Dry brushing silver metallic paint onto plaque pre-painted/undercoated with dark mix of acrylic paint. [05:44] Outro.
In this video we attempt to create a weathered look on a concrete cast of an Easter Island head using acrylic paints. Also, employing acrylic colours to represent such things as lichen, algae, etc, which may bulid up on rock over a long period of time.
March highlights video including paint fx and effects on a concrete casted leaf, a concrete casted zodiac plaque and a Crystacal R casted prototype Celtic mirror.
A short video with highlights reviewing February of 2021.
Just in case you have missed this month’s videos here’s a short video with highlights and clips of what happened in January 2021 which includes clips from the videos featuring painting skulls and painting a lion statuette.
Today, we aim to replicate a natural and authentic looking copper patina effect using acrylic paints on a concrete statuette of a lion which was casted last year in around the Autumn/Fall time.
We use regular acrylic paints and metallic acyrlic paints combined with dry-brushing to create the desired effect!
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