This post focuses on using brush strokes to build form, with a simple, pure style. The “Simple Brush work Demo” shows how to use one inch flat watercolor brush to make a variety of geometric and organic shapes, and how to build a simple form with individual strokes.
The “Every Brush Stroke Counts” video applies the information about using the one inch flat brush to paint a red flower with a minimal number of strokes.
There is also an explanation of how to tear a large sheet of watercolor paper into quarters, to make a more convenient size for beginners in watercolor.
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