How To Choose The Right Brush For The Job!
Angled square brush easily makes leaves and ribbons.
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Large square lets you create thin and wide lines!
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Smaller square tip is helpful for baskets, bricks, buidings, I usually use it for tree trucks and branches.
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Wide, round tip brushes make easy work out of clouds, hills, and leafy tree tops!
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Cheap chip brushes can be used for wood graining, distant trees, bushes, or a field of flowers!
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Chip brushes are great for creating hair too!
Round, pointy top brushes can be used for easy, quick flower pedals and leaves.
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Here is another view at creating pedals. It could also be used for feathers.
Detail brushes for little areas like whiskers, nostils, twigs, etc. You can also use the back of your brush!
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