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Note that he changes course half way through, deciding not to go with an almost 90% removal, but it actually got more interesting at that point!
What struck me was several things:
- He started with an acrylic base, and then a Future Acrylic top coat; then applied the whitewash in enamels. From there, he use enamel thinner to remove the whitewash. The thinner dries quick on the brush so, he re-dips often (which also cleans the brush)...dabs dry on a paper towel and removes white enamel.
- He wanted to use an acrylic wash (Mig product), but had to get an acrylic overcoat back on first.
- I liked his idea of using Future Acrylic in his mud mixture, for 'wettness'.
I think this is a pretty cool alternative style of whatewash