Post by StepwisePilot on Dec 19, 2020 22:52:55 GMT -5
First off, I apologize if this is the wrong place to post this. If it is, please direct me to the correct area, and I'll delete this ot post there.
Ok, so I'm sure you all know about GW texture paint. There is a variety. Some is like mud, others like sand, some like cracked dirt, etc. The one I'm asking about today is the cracked earth type. Basically, I want to make the cracks that form to be bigger and wider than they normally would be. I've read online that putting some pva glue before the crackle paint makes the cracks larger. Well, I've tried that by both applying the paint after the pva had dried, and while it was still wet. In both cases it just made no cracks appear at all.
So, I really don't know enough about art and all that to be able to figure this out on my own. Any advice would be much appreciated.
How do I make bigger cracks with GW texture paint?
Post by coymastermikhail on Dec 19, 2020 22:56:34 GMT -5
I'm not sure on the ratios, but it seems mixing plastic glue in with it would make bigger gaps. Check it out on YouTube and see if you can find the ratio! To be clear youd have to mix it together before applying
Post by coymastermikhail on Dec 20, 2020 0:09:55 GMT -5
I dont unfortunately. Normally I go about 50/50 water to play, then mix in with the texture paint. Honestly, I'd play around with spare bases or even just some palette paper until.you have a maix youte happy with
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