Thursday, March 7, 2013

playing with flat brushes


I'm not fond of using my flat brushes except when I'm putting washes for a background. I use mostly round brushes for my watercolor painting. But three days ago I played with them and I got this painting, 27x35 cm. I thought it's not bad at all so I share it here. I used the 3/4 inch flat brush mainly in it. I hope to do more practicing with these flat brushes so that I'll be familiar with them.

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  1. Cora, ik vind dit een fantastisch werk.
    Ik denk dat het de goede keuze was om dat penseel te gebruiken...
    groetjes,
    Simonne

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    1. Leuk dat je mijn experiment mooi vindt. Bedankt.

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  2. You get some nice and different effects from the flat brushes...I should start using them some more too . Your roses are lovely ! xx

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    1. Hi Jane, thank you for your comments and visit.

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  3. You have achieved some fabulous textures using your flat brush. I am so comfortable with my round sables that I forget to use anything else. Great flower shapes and lovely soft palette.

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    1. Thank you Laura for your lovely compliments.

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  4. Hi Cora, I think you did a very nice work using the flat brush, I like the interesting textures of the greens. Have a good week end!

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  5. Hallo Cora:) Mmmmm ja ik ben een beetje laat. Maar ik vind je schilderij prachtig. En inderdaad de platte penceelstreken zijn heel mooi. De rozen ook. Het donkere hart van de bloemen staan heel mooi. Wow, wat een vooruitgang maak je de laatste tijd. Dikke complimenten:)

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