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Artists use texture for a number of reasons, depending on the vision behind their work. Sometimes texture is used to give the illusion of depth or making a piece seem more realistic - the more detail put into the use of texture (such as the texture of leaves, skin, etc.), the more realistic a work of art can look.How to simulate texture in art?
The easiest way to create texture when painting is to simply use more paint on your brush than needed. When doing this the bristles of the brush leave marks in the paint giving you beautiful texture marks in the final artwork. The texture you want, the rougher the brush you use, the more height you want, the more paint you use.