Also known as Slap Brush or Panda Paw, Crows Feet Texture is fairly straight-forward, but messy, to apply.
The pattern is created by slapping or stomping a slap brush into the texture, and pulling back down, twisting the brush as you go.
The idea is to create a look that resembles crows’ feet tracks. When this technique first came out, it was very thick, but now the trend is toward a thin, fine texture. It provides an interesting depth to any room.
Choose Crows Feet Texture for a Classic Style
Crows Feet texture is great for hiding small drywall imperfections. It requires prime and paint once the drywall compound has dried. It is simple to clean with a damp cloth or household cleaner for tougher stains.