spraying droplets of diluted emulsion on to a painted surface by flicking the bristles of the brush, which creates a speckled granite-style finish, more modern-looking that most paint effects
A technique that involves flicking the paint off the hairs of a bristle brush or toothbrush with your nail to achieve a "speckled" or "fly-specked" appearance.
a spray of paint droplets from roller cover a paint is being applied. Usually caused by: economy roller covers; overloading paint on roller cover; overspreading the paint; or wrong nap length of roller cover. Tannin Wood Staining