Monday, August 10, 2020

Jump the Gun


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The experiment with this one was using a squeegee for parts of it. Did most of those parts get covered up with subsequent brush strokes? Yes. But the most valuable thing about the squeegee (that I have found so far) is being able to change big things fast. For example, the bottom, left part was looking pretty weird, so I scraped the squeegee across and removed a good part of the paint (without changing the color or value). Then I just reapplied a few strokes, and voila, better.

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