A long sought solution to those unintended watercolor brush marks resulting from too much enthusiasm, haste or miscalculation.
Instructions for use:
1. Use the brush when barely damp, not wet.
2. Hold in a nearly vertical orientation and drag gently, but firmly back and forth along its’ long edge. (see photo below)
3. Upon first noting the removal of paint, immediately dab the brush several times on a towel (paper, etc) and recommence “erasing”.
4. Rinse after 2 – 3 “erasures”, dab to remove excess wetness and continue.
Caution: too damp a brush and/or too vigorous “erasing” may damage the painting/paper.
For smaller areas, use the edge of the brush in a similar manner. For many smaller areas (“erase” and/or highlights), try using a Shiraz Short Flat, sizes #1 and/or #2.
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