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The Bottlebrush (Callistemon) plant was chosen because the end of the plant somewhat resembles a brush. Several varieties of plants and trees were tried and all failed by losing their leaves on the canvas. This post shows that this plant shows some promise for making a paint pattern.
This post shows the four steps if this Bottlebrush stamp can be used in your artwork and kept in your studio.
Step 1: Fig.1 and fig.2 shows the Bottlebrush plant ready to be used.
|Fig.2 Add paint|
|Fig.3 Laying on |
|Fig.4 Patters from the |
|Fig.5 Scratches paint on canvas|
|Fig.6 Another example of stamping|
|Fig.7 After washing|
|Fig.8 Dried up leaves|
How to Make a Bottle Brush Pattern Brush:
Part 1 of 2 - Assembly
Part 2 of 2 - Does It Work?
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