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11 May 2020

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09 May 2020

Waterbrushes are best for small or medium sized works, around 9 x 12 inches or F3 size rather than large paintings. Artists who paint large works in studios will hate these, while those who paint in small sketchbooks on the spot will fall in love with them. I’m a big fan of these; All the watercolor sketches in this book were done with waterbrushes.

Waterbrushes are best for small or medium sized works, around 9 x 12 inches or F3 size rather than large paintings. Artists who paint large works in studios will hate these, while those who paint in small sketchbooks on the spot will fall in love with them. All the watercolor sketches in this book were done with waterbrushes.

You can start your stroke where you want the color to be the darkest and most saturated, and work your way to the lighter, less saturated areas. You can’t do this with a traditional brush dipped in paint. Of course most of the time you do not want the water to paint ratio changing with every stroke.