What Does That Brush Do?: Deerfoot
The deerfoot is a stiff-bristle brush with a pointed tip and flat top and is frequently used to stipple texture. When you apply paint lightly, the deerfoot offers precision. When you apply heavy paint with pressure, the deerfoot can cover an area solidly with texture. When loaded with different shades of a color, you can create foliage with ease. Follow along with the image of our three step painting technique guide to learn how to use a deerfoot. Visit Willow Wolfe at her home studio or a variety of workshops to discover what your brush can do for you! For info sessions you may also contact Willow to book a private one hour event. Event costs are $20/person.
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