This detailer water brush is great. It provides consistency, yet there is a lot of control over your techniques with just a little practice. I really love that there are many uses and it's convenient to use.
I highly suggest looking on YouTube to get the most out of this water brush.
Here are some things you can do with this brush:
-Without filling the barrel with water, you can still use water with it like you would a traditional brush
-Fill the barrel with Dylusions Ink Spray (don't forget to search on YouTube for how to use this water brush as a "ghosting" technique; using the water to take away some ink for cool effects)
-Lightly squeeze the barrel to get the water from inside it to dispense more water
-Lightly squeeze the barrel to get the water from inside to clean out the color on the brush nib
-Wipe it on paper towel/ Ranger 15-Inch-by-18-Inch Inkssentials Craft Sheet/Back of your hand ect to clean off the brush nib
--The water will get used quicker if you are using a surface with high absorbency
-Don't store this water brush nib side down; I store it nib side up instead of on it's side just in case.
-Keep track of the cap
This pen makes blending my other water color pens so easy. I also found that if I use a Distress Ink stamp pad right onto my non stick craft sheet, I can then use this pen to pick up the color and use it to paint. This pen will get a lot of use from me...and the nib cleans easily by just wiping it on the non stick craft sheet a few times.
This brush is great for fine detail as well as a slightly bigger area. I am so glad a friend recommended this Water Brush Pen to me. It works great with my water color pencils. It also travels well. It doesn't seem to leak.
Used in this card: Happy Birthday Card with bottles
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