How to Create a Brick Wall Texture in Body / Face Paint

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How to Create a Brick Wall Texture in Body / Face Paint
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Gather supplies. I'm using Kryolan Aquacolor paints, in colors I mixed myself. (See my re-hydrating paint Snapguide to get paint soft enough to mix your own colors!)

Gather supplies. I'm using Kryolan Aquacolor paints, in colors I mixed myself. (See my re-hydrating paint Snapguide to get paint soft enough to mix your own colors!)

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Load your wide, flat brush with a brick red color...whatever you want for the base color. I'm using a Kryolan 1/2" Torey Synthetic brush. ($6.50)

Load your wide, flat brush with a brick red color...whatever you want for the base color. I'm using a Kryolan 1/2" Torey Synthetic brush. ($6.50)

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Brush on the base brick color.

Brush on the base brick color.

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Rinse the brush, smooth bristles and lay it to dry. I LOVE my Loew-Cornell brush well as it has ridged to get bristles super clean! ($7.99-$12.99)

Rinse the brush, smooth bristles and lay it to dry. I LOVE my Loew-Cornell brush well as it has ridged to get bristles super clean! ($7.99-$12.99)

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Load the Kryolan rubber pore sponge ($2.99) with the darker brown. This will be your texture's shadows.

Load the Kryolan rubber pore sponge ($2.99) with the darker brown. This will be your texture's shadows.

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Lightly dab on the dark brown texture. Don't push so hard that you make a solid shape...you just want to see speckled brown spots.

Lightly dab on the dark brown texture. Don't push so hard that you make a solid shape...you just want to see speckled brown spots.

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Load your black Kryolan stipple sponge ($2.75) with the lighter beige color. (I cut my sponge into 2 triangles) This will be the texture's highlights.

Load your black Kryolan stipple sponge ($2.75) with the lighter beige color. (I cut my sponge into 2 triangles) This will be the texture's highlights.

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Lightly pounce on some more texture.

Lightly pounce on some more texture.

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It should look something like this.

It should look something like this.

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Spritz your round sponge ($1.20; mine I cut in half) and your gray paint with water. Not too much!

Spritz your round sponge ($1.20; mine I cut in half) and your gray paint with water. Not too much!

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Load the sponge with gray paint. This will be the cement line color.

Load the sponge with gray paint. This will be the cement line color.

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Lay your brick pattern stencil ($4.99) against the skin.

Lay your brick pattern stencil ($4.99) against the skin.

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Dab on your gray cement lines. I find it works best to use an almost dry sponge and make short strokes with it to "brush" the paint on. This takes practice! Too much water and it will bleed.

Dab on your gray cement lines. I find it works best to use an almost dry sponge and make short strokes with it to "brush" the paint on. This takes practice! Too much water and it will bleed.

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It should look something like this. You can also paint the lines with a brush too.

It should look something like this. You can also paint the lines with a brush too.

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Now you have a great background for your graffiti art paintings! All supplies can be found at Paintertainment.com!

Now you have a great background for your graffiti art paintings! All supplies can be found at Paintertainment.com!

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