Sculpting Facial Stubble in Chavant clay
Can anyone recommend a good technique to create facial stubble? I have tried a few different ways. One, just scraping various lines using a fine tool, however it just looks like I've scraped the face. So I tried using a fan rake tool thing, seen here. However I think it looks like sort of tight curly African American stubble, and not the Anglo Saxon stubble I'm going for. HELP!
You can dissolve it in some kind of alcohol and then spray it with your finger and a cut brush. Or dap with a sponge. Or make small holes with a needle (Slant and than ligt) and brush in some dissolved Chua ant with a brush.
Sometimes heating a knife and tapping the sculpture with the flat of the blade so that it melts the surface and then pulling it away can create some interesting texture. You can also just use a rough rake to create some short strokes in multiple directions that go along with the direction of the stubble. The difference in texture from the smooth skin to a rough tooled texture might be enough to give the feeling of stubble.