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Drag the loaded brush across the paper horizontally, allowing each stroke to flood into the one above. Do all this with your paper attached to a sloping board. This allows the water to run smoothly down the paper. Whatever you do, try to avoid the mistake of going back over the painted areas because this always produces patchy colour effects.

Having done all this, repeat the exercise with a size 2 brush, which has a narrower point.

Having done all this, repeat the exercise with a size 2 brush, which has a narrower point.

Watercolour in greater detail (1)

A garden scene

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