Glazing Brush Strokes

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I teach my students to Brush the Glaze onto the Mounted first print before building their Paper Tole 3D Picture.  To add extra texture and depth perception and to just make the finished picture more interesting we use different brush strokes when applying the Glaze.  Below are just a few examples:

Canvas Brush Strokes
Kit # 10610 Size 8x10 Catalog Page 18
Diagonal Glaze Brush Strokes
 Kit # 8-8130 Catalog Page 30
Canvas Brush Stroke Glaze Pattern
# 10698 Size 8x10 Catalog Page 18
Star Burst Glaze Pattern
Kit # 10699 Size 8x10 Catalog page 18

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[…] However remember when brushing the Glaze don’t get in a hurry and “glob” the Glaze on, it is better to apply lightly brushing.  When you are Glazing the finished 3D Picture always brush in the direction of what you are glazing.  For a example if you are glazing a house roof, brush in the direction of the roofing or if you are glazing water brush the Glaze in the same direction that the water is moving.   Also if you are using our Glaze SG20 Water Clean up Glaze  the more light coats you apply the shinier the finish… Read more »