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Dry Scratching Watercolor Technique For Painting Fur

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Step Three

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Follow in the same direction as the fur – keep looking to your reference picture if you need a guide, although you can always change your composition from the reference if needed. The important point is to capture the feeling you want your art to give to its viewers. You can even try using different types of knives, although make sure to experiment with them beforehand – the dry scratching technique is one where you can’t fix any mistakes, so be careful and patient when using it. And remember: scratch, don’t cut!