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Basic Brushstrokes

Basic Brushstrokes

Comma Stroke

Load brush To load brush, press into edge of paint, while pulling away.  Turn brush over and repeat to load other side of brush.
Basic Brushstrokes

Hold brush straight up and down

Hold brush straight up and down and press down on chisel edge.
Basic Brushstrokes

Move brush in the shape of a comma

Start moving brush in the shape of an elongated comma, releasing pressure as you continue the stroke.
Basic Brushstrokes

Complete the stroke

Pull brush to complete the stroke, and lift up to release pressure.
Basic Brushstrokes

"S" Stroke

Load Brush Load brush with paint. Holding brush straight up and down, press chisel edge to fabric.
Basic Brushstrokes

Begin making an "S" shape

Begin making an "S" shape, flattening the brush and pressing down in the middle part of the stroke.
Basic Brushstrokes

Slowly release pressure

Slowly release pressure toward the end of the stroke so only the chisel edge remains on fabric.
Basic Brushstrokes

Liner work

Load brush with paint Drag brush through paint to load.
Basic Brushstrokes

Touch brush tip to fabric

Holding brush straight up and down, touch tip of brush to fabric and pull immediately toward yourself.
Basic Brushstrokes

Curly-Q

To make a curly-Q, make a randomly curving line, pressing down on brush as you pull away from yourself.
Basic Brushstrokes

Complete the stroke

Release pressure, pulling brush upward to complete the stroke.
Basic Brushstrokes

Stippling

Load brush with paint To load brush, very lightly tap tips of bristles into paint. Punce onto fabric.
Basic Brushstrokes

Continue pouncing

Continue pouncing, adding paint as needed to spread color.
Basic Brushstrokes

Shade

Shade by tipping bristles into darker color paint on palette and pouncing a second layer
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