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|Author :||Massive voodoo|
|Categories :||1- Language, 2- Painting, 3- Sceneries, EN, Forest | Wood | Plain, Gaming bases, Textures, Various accessories, Wood|
This is again one of my older articles i now will translate into english. Nothing very special, but it feels good to post something more casual – i hope it helps the one or the other.
This time it is about painting wood grain in a simple way.
Always before painting something which also exists in nature, get your references – for example “wood grain on google pictures”.