Slick_Predator said:Okay... its almost here (tomorrow)
I was wondering that too. Back to the topic at hand, that's a good tip from Tom. Something else to try is dry brushing in a lighter color to help add the the "depth". Make sure you're using an old brush, and get some paint on it. Then, brush off almost all of the paint so there's very little left on the brush. You can now very lightly brush over the bead, leaving a small amount of paint on the high spots. All my beads are done this way...one base coat of copper, washed with thin black, and dry brushed with bright gold. I was taught that anything 3D needs 3 different colors in 3 different layers to make it look real, so I try and go by that. So far it's worked well.XilianX2010 said:I beg your pardon?