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The Portland Artists Social Guild Message Board › fine art stippling

fine art stippling

Portland, OR
Post #: 2
Dear Folks. I like magic realism. One of it's artists is a man named Arik Brauer. He does a lot of oil paint stippling (many many dots). I certainly understand it in pen and ink, but oil paint is much more difficult, you know, fat over lean, cleaning brushes, etc. Except for individually painting each dot, and washing the brush, or using stippling brushes (which I don't like because they leave the shape of the brush, either circular or fan shaped), how can I get a gently diffused affect? I really would appreciate any help. Vicki Stone
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