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Playing with water based markers and brush pens 👍✨✨✨ and I recorded the process! It’s been awhile since I filmed an art video 😳
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I’m often asked about water brushes and want to share some of my techniques for using them! This is a Pentel Medium Tip, which I include in all Art Toolkits. To get started, I always like to squeeze out a little water to prime the brush for painting. Next, I mix colors, either experimenting with them on my palette lid or directly on my paper. In between colors, I’ll wipe my brush on a paper towel to keep my colors from getting muddy. This is my favorite blue shop towel—they are super durable and can be rinsed and reused. Finally, if I need to clean my mixing surface, I dampen it with my brush and wipe it clean with a towel.
Those are some of my water brush tips! Please let me know if you have any questions and happy painting!