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0. Preparing the snag for painting. We clean out all the debris with a metal brush, everything that can fall off during the painting process. If the wood is soft, then additional brushing will occur, which will enhance the texture. After cleaning, it is advisable to wash it with a PVA solution, so that afterwards nothing has definitely fallen off.
1. On top of the black soil, I blow a Gobi Brown from Scale75. I do not blow completely, but towards the bottom with an ever thinner layer in order to preserve at least some shadows.
2. With a flat brush, gently drybrush with Citadel Dheneb Stone. The purpose of this stage is to sharply show the texture of the tree. Those who do not know how to drybrush correctly are looking for Shamuilov's articles on this topic in our guides.
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