Has anyone used the dan -d-noser? and if so. how is the finished nose?
i am wondering if it makes any difference then just using a regular rolar brush wish some clear coat? I am thinking of purchaseing 1 but would like some input from anyone thats used it. and if it;s worth the 40 bucks. or not.lol
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I have seen some very nice noses done with this tool, and some not so nice. I prefer to use a small amount of clay under the nose pad and then highlight the finished nose with small dots of mod-podge. Once you get used to it, it moves along quickly and gives a very nice soft supple look. I would not say it is a bad thing to use a Dan-D-Noser but I rather not.
There's LOTS of comments in the archives and most of them aren't as pretty as Jim's.
A deers does not have uniform dots on their noses. Check reference.