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Slap brush texture, also known as crows foot, stomp brush, or stipple, it is easy to make on drywall surfaces using basic drywall compound, or “mud.” The resulting texture has a fan-like or sunburst effect created by the fanned-out bristles of the texture brush. The technique is uncomplicated, and you can get different textures by overlapping the stomp pattern more or less, adjusting the thickness of the mud/clay, or using a different brush that makes a unique imprint. The stiffness of the bristles usually determines the depth of the ridges in the joint compound.