It is notoriously difficult to photograph textured surfaces in paintings.
Take Van Gogh's work for example. You see his paintings in art books for years and then you see it on the wall in a museum and are astounded at the thick textured surfaces he
Here I have tried to show the texture up close of the log from my previous post.
I did the texturing twice, letting the first layer dry.
In this close up, you will see that I put the second layer on with out using any paint in it, just applied the Aquapasto with a palette knife.