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  • Dan S
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    Thank you. I\'ll give it a shot.

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  • Keoma
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    I use a fine grit sanding sponge, it\'s like 120 grit or wet dry sand papers.

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  • Dan S
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    What grit are you using? I\'ve never tried that.

    thanks,
    Dan

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  • Keoma
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    Originally posted by Dan S View Post
    Hey there.
    I\\\\\\\'m painting a rodeo cowboy. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to achieve a dusty look on his clothing? I\\\\\\\'m using acrylics and don\\\\\\\'t have an air brush. My first thought is dry brushing the figure with a stiff brush.

    thanks,
    Dan
    Hi there! I dry brush but also sand some off after paint has dried for that old dusty aged look.

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  • Dan S
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    Getting a dusty look

    Hey there.
    I\'m painting a rodeo cowboy. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to achieve a dusty look on his clothing? I\'m using acrylics and don\'t have an air brush. My first thought is dry brushing the figure with a stiff brush.

    thanks,
    Dan
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