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Protected: Painting on Canson Heritage Watercolor Paper

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Detail of today's image.

Mop Brushes Are Your Friend

I know that sometimes you want that special brush that has the delightful point and gives you all the detail you crave. Today’s post isn’t about that brush. That brush is great when you need it, but if it’s the only brush you’re using your work is going to look fussy very fast. So what […]

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Protected: More Dry Brush: Portraits

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Protected: Thinking about Dry Brush Portraits

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Flat Brushes for Watercolor

  In this brush pen portrait from 2017 I used a large two-inch wide flat brush to lay in washes. Then a 0ne-inch wide flat for details. (You can turn a flat on its edge remember.) It was great fun. Flat washes on a rounded set of surfaces.  I’d been playing with flat brushes before […]

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Protected: Acrylic Painting—Some Books and Materials Recommendations

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Protected: Have Fun By Working on a Different Surface

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Here is a detail of the sketch showing a bit of lifting around the nose.

Protected: A Couple More Thoughts on Green and Flat Brushes

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After completing a quick sketch with a solid fiber-tipped brush pen I picked up my 1 inch flat watercolor brush and added in washes on this piece.

Protected: Play with Different Brushes as Well as Different Pigments: More Green

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My friend Terri Wentzka took this photo of me as I sketched a turkey at the Fair, using my portable "table." The entire table is attached to a monopod. The brush holder is in the top right corner of the table.

Protected: Making a Simple Brush Holder for Your Travel Brushes

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