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Stippling

Duncan

Technique Description: The Stippling Technique is a way of applying color by pouncing the tip of your BR 592 No. 10 Deerfoot Stippler brush loaded with color against the ware. This technique works great to create realistic foliage, flowers, grasses, cloud and water effects, and highlighting and shading.

It can be used with both underglazes and nonfired acrylic colors.

Step 1: Trace pattern
Trace the pattern onto the piece.
Trace pattern
Step 2: Apply basecoat
Apply the base coat color.
Apply basecoat
Step 3: Pounce color
Load the Deerfoot Stippler brush with a darker underglaze color. Hold the brush between your thumb and forefinger, letting the handle rest on your middle finger. Hold the brush at a slight angle toward you and use a quick up-and-down motion to stipple or pounce the color onto the ware.
Pounce color
Step 4: Outline design
To finish the design, we outlined with the SB 802 No. 1 Liner brush.
Outline design
Step 5: Apply clear glaze
Apply clear glaze to piece.
Apply clear glaze
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Summer Peach Plate
Summer Peach Plate
Manufacturer: Duncan
Create this breezy fresh plate with summer bright Concepts and a fun Stippling Technique to create natural detailing.
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