In part 1 I showed you what these brushes can do and how to care for them, in today's post, I will show you how to actually do some lettering with watercolors and ink.
Tools you'll need to follow along:
Watercolor paints either in a tube, pan set or liquid.
Paper towel or cloth
Paper for your lettering and some scrap paper (printer paper is totally fine for practice)
A cup of water
How to hold your brush
There is no RIGHT WAY to hold a brush, try out a few different ways and see what feels good for you. Remember to pull not push, you don't want to go against the bristles as it will cause them to fray.
If you want you letters to have texture choose a watercolor paper or a rough mixed media paper.
If you want your letters to be more smooth choose Bristol paper or a smooth mixed media paper.
If you're just messing around and testing out the brush and colors just use some printer paper. It won't warp too much if you're just doing some lettering.
Watch the video below and follow along to create your own beautiful letters.
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