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Thread: The wet brush technique

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    The wet brush technique

    The wet brush technique, is a direct wet on wet paint, brushstroke over brushstroke, varying many times, the size of the brush, continously dabbing little touches to cover lightly with or as if with a moist paint and frequently changing the color values and intensity.

    One can work with the same brush size, and using a light soft tippen-tablet pressure on the canvas to let you vary the thickness of the strokes (see image) from fine to thicker lines. Sometimes the brush is on the option insta-dry.

    I do not block initially, but it can be done if desired. When you paint this way, wet on wet, You Have to control the color, value (shade or tint), tone (shade and tint) and color intensity, the colors complementing each other, etc ... trying to maintain harmony within the composition, and not let the colors mingle and get too much gray, alias, as in every painting.

    I hope this little trick helps those who wish to use this type of technique.

    Thank you.
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    Gracias por estos consejos.
    Con estos trucos se logran efectos similares a la pintura al óleo real.

    Thanks for the tip.
    With these tricks are achieved effects similar to real oil painting.(web
    translation).
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Thank you Damaso.

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