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Wood grain effect

Discussion in 'General Airbrush Tutorials' started by E-Ren89, Jan 17, 2017.


  1. E-Ren89

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    I'm looking for a very simple but very promising results for the technique of airbrushing the simulation of a woodgrain effect and finish (for non-wood materials). I found one YouTube tutorial from airbrushtutor that was pretty simple that I kind of like that I sort of am going off of but I'm looking for several different tutorials to mess with and maybe blend together techniques.

    I suppose I'm looking for a technique that has a little bit more prominent streaks and crowns of the grain but still looking natural
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    And there is this one as well.

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    Google Faux wood grain. You can use some of the same methods that the house painters use.
    But it gets a lot easy and faster the more you do it .

    It is easier to do on hard surface but you can do it on canvas as well. I have not tried it on textiles like T-Shirt but where there is a will there is a way .
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