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Pull brush in a curve to opposite guideline. Search inside document. Be sure to push with your finger on edge of sponge so that the darker color is applied. Lead with the white edge. This will give the area tooth so that it will accept the paint better. Triple Loading 4. Touch down with brush.
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Karine Yeager. Notice how a correctly loaded and blended brush should look. You will paint the flowers. Reload the brush as needed. They are the brushes that are used to paint the majority of the elements of the design. Pick up paint by dipping one corner of the brush in one color. Be sure to keep the colors in the same spot on the blending area of the palette.
When brush is loaded correctly. If the brush is coarse or splits. If it is a dark shade. The One-Stroke flat brushes are available in the following sizes: Using it will help keep your brush moist. Side Loading Brushes The standard and larger brushes can be side-loaded by pulling the edge into the third color. Stroke into the blending area on your palette to blend.
Dampen the brush and blot on paper towel to dry. Because the mini brushes are so narrow. Pull brush out of puddle to smooth paint into bristles. Pull one edge of the brush along the edge of the lighter paint puddle.
Dip the entire bristle section of brush into the darker paint puddle. Dip your loaded brush into the Floating Medium every third or fourth stroke. Double Loading the Mini Brushes This side-loading technique is used when loading the 2. You will have a slightly scalloped outer edge. Pull brush in a curve to opposite guideline. Painting Roses 1. To make the calyx. Position the chisel edge of the brush at the left guideline.
Double or triple load your brush with a dark color and a highlight color white or yellow. Wiggle and pull the brush as you pivot the brush into a curve. Do not bend the wrist. Make one shell-shaped petal of the rose at a time. Start stroke with the lighter colors to the outside.
Make another layer of the bottom stroke. Double or triple load your brush. Determine the width of the rose bud by making 2 parallel lines to use as your guidelines. Make the top of the bud first. End the calyx on the chisel edge as you lift the edge of brush. Start with the chisel edge at the base of the bud. Position the brush so that the light color of paint is at the right side of brush. Lean and pull the brush and lead with the lighter edge of brush as you pull stroke along side of bud.
Various size brushes will make roses of different sizes. Pull brush into a curve. Clean up the bottom of the bud by restroking over the bottom stroke.
Make a comma stroke just under the bud for the last petal of the rose. Make some guideline dots in a circle to help you determine the positioning of the five outer petals. Paint the five shell-shaped petals to complete the outer skirt of the rose.
Continue adding the shell-shaped petals below the bud until you have painted four petals. Make another shell-shaped petal on the left side of the rose bud. Make another shellshaped petal here. Overlap each petal onto the previous one. Paint a comma stroke on each side of the bud.
Make the top part of the bud. End the stroke on the chisel edge to complete the first petal. To begin painting the inner row of petals. Make 4 petals for second row of shell-shaped petals. Smaller rose made with a 12 flat brush. Load brush with Berry Wine and Wicker White. Make 5 petals for outer skirt. Using chisel edge. Make these on the chisel end of brush. Stem Touch and pull down on the chisel edge Completed Rose 9. Bus Yellow. Dot School Bus Yellow with handle for center. End brush on the chisel edge.
Push brush down and pivot. Start by touching flat side of brush. End on chisel. Pull the brush into a curve. Load the flat brush with Thicket and Sunflower. Pull brush in a curve as you wiggle. Make 5 overlapping shell-shaped petals.
Start at left side of petal. See the next three steps for instructions on making the teardrop petals. Touch chisel edge of brush. Add individual teardrop-shaped petals at bottom of pansy. Make both sides of leaf in this same way. Pull down to tip and end of chisel edge. Begin turning brush as you get to tip.
To make a turned edge on leaf: Begin making leaf in the same way. Push and wiggle the stroke. Have the green side of brush to the outside.
Touch down with brush. Begin at one guideline with the flat side of the brush. Turn and slide as you pull brush up to chisel edge. When you reach tip. Pull brush to flat edge. Touch on chisel edge to start.
Begin brush on chisel. To make a folded leaf: Pull up to chisel edge and slide it to the side slightly. Make a side petal using the same technique as the center petal. Pull brush up to chisel edge at tip. Pull brush back down other side of petal as you wiggle and push.
For the inside edge of the side petal. Wiggle and push brush up side of petal. Touch brush to surface to begin the center back petal. Bus Yel. Touch base of flower and pull down to end of stem. Forest and Sch. Purple and W. Use chisel edge and lead with Yellow. Make petals that angle away from the stem. Touch chisel edge of brush to surface and lean. Lean brush towards you. Painting a Thistle See Wildflowers. End up on chisel and lift. Pull brush towards you.
See the second photo. Painting a Wildflower See Wildflowers. Make these teardrop strokes in a circle to create the daisy. Touch chisel edge to surface. For flower. Use the brush handle to dot a center in daisy. Make strokes at various angles. Touch chisel edge and flip brush away from you.
Lead with the white edge. Push slightly to widen stroke.
Wicker White Antennae: Thistle Load 12 flat with Diox. Make intertwining vines by crossing over original vine. If you run out of paint. Lift at end. Then pull strokes upward.
Start on chisel edge. Do not tilt wrist. Pull brush along with arm. Lead with light color and pull. Painting Vines See Leaves. Touch brush to surface at an angle. Begin on chisel edge. When the brush is loaded with paint.
Load brush by rolling it in the paint puddle. Make the tails and add a small dot for the knot. The 2 and the 1 script liners are available within the standard and mini One Stroke brush sets. Painting Vines. First make the two loops of the bow. The paint is also very thin when used with the script liner. Cross the vine with other lines to make an intertwining look. Curlicues and Vines The photo shows the proper way to hold the brush.
Loading the Brush Thin the paint with water to an inky consistency. These are made by pulling the brush in spirals. Paint a second layer by making a smaller half circle to overlap the first one.
There are three sizes of scruffy brushes available: Load other half of brush into second color in the same way. Push hard on brush and pounce into color.