Brush Pressure / Watercolor painting tutorial for beginners

in ntopaz •  15 days ago

This is “Latest video” from my YouTube channel “Watercolor by Shibasaki”.
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Hello everyone,
In our previous lesson, we practiced drawing long lines, both straight and curved, using this #20 round paint brush.

Today, with the same #20 brush, we will practice drawing straight lines and gradually changing the width of the line.This technique is also very useful when you draw big trees in full view. This is one of the lessons I give to my students. It helps you control the speed of brushing and, at the same time, the pressure on the brush. It will also help you improve your watercolor painting skills.

It may make the lines wobbly. It’s OK, though. We are all living, and our hearts are beating.


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Your watercolour lessons are always so useful Shibasaki. I did a little bit of sumi-e painting many years ago and it was a wonderful way to learn how to be sensitive to all your materials ~ And most importantly your brush. Western painting misses out a lot when this approach is not observed.

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Hello @shibasaki . Thank you very much for the educational video very useful.

Disfrute mucho el video. Felicidades y muchas bendiones para usted por ese bello talento. Lo estoy suiguiendo. Saludos

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I’m glad he turned me on to your profile. I’m a big fan of your art work, and not to mention, your country!

Japan was my favorite country I’ve ever been to, and I actually hope to live there one day 🇯🇵

Well, cheers for now!
Have an ice cold Asahi for me 🍻

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