Painting Woodgrain Tutorial


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Thanks for sharing that tutorial. Looks like it would take some investment to get going.

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Good tutorial. One thing that a lot of people forget when woodgraining is that almost all woodgrain has a bit of orange and yellow. You really have to experiment to get the look right, once you are there it all sort of clicks. The other thing is to save those scraggly mangey looking old brushes, they are great for laying down grain patterns.

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Very informative I'll be trying this shortly with the Reaper wanting wood or wood look to the floor.Plus the side counter and fridge and maybe a few other things

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