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AMANDA CLAIRE: So now I'm pretty much done with both my fine and my medium brush. In
that I've, you know, done all my details with the fine brush, I've used the medium to just
kind of fill in areas kind of in here and a little bit in the head and kind of in here.
And I've also kind of painted, again--I mean, I did the main edge with the fine brush then
I just kinda painted it again with the medium brush, just a little buffer zone there. So
now I'm going to put my medium brush in the water and I'm going to wash it in a second.
Now, I've got to fill in all this with Mod Podge and I'm going to use my big brush for
that. And again, the same thing, I'm just gonna--oh, shoot, my brush just fell apart.
How about that? So cheap brushes, but, hey, maybe I won't wash this one. I'll just get
glue all over it and never use it again. Anyway, going to just kinda massage the head, get
any bristles out so they don't get--kind of stick into it, in the Mod Podge. And now I'm
just going to try and do this, I mean, you know, you don't have to do it--you don't have
to speed through it, but, I mean, this is really, this kind of detail is not that important.
All you really want to do is get coverage. So I'm just going to kinda, just kind of,
you know, just sort of slop this on. And again, you don't want it super thick; you want it
kind of medium sort of thick. You want it sort of even. Just, mainly remember the deal
is it's sealing all those little holes in the fabric where you don't want the paint
to go through. So, okay, we've got the large brush now. I'm going to continue with this.
And after that, I'll be able to check my screen and just kinda make sure we're ready to go