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Here's a technique for applying papier mache strips using a paint brush...I don't much enjoy the strip mache part of building a prop because it's tedious and repetitive. This method is considerably faster, not as messy and results in a smooth surface. I've used this method for a couple of years and it definitely speeds up the process.

 

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Such a simple method, it's a wonder everyone (that means me!!) isn't doing it this way...Thanks for sharing. Nice start to the tutorials, looking forward to seeing more.
Thanks Scott
 

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Real nice tutorial and technique. They are very helpful to me. Thanks!
 

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I haven't done paper mâché since I was in grade school. I can remember exactly how it smelled, and ours was kinda lumpy. Anyway, I had no idea it had so much potential. Time for me warp back to my 4th grade self and revisit this technique!
 

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Super turbo mache!:D
 

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Wish I had seen this earlier!!! 'Cuz I REALLY hate the 'dipping my fingers in' part! Loving the paint brush! Thanks!!!
 

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Thanks for sharing your technique! You've made it look so much easier than I had imagined.
 
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