The round head artist brush captures various exquisite shapes here. The nib is used to perfectly express the agile stems and shadows like calligraphy, while the pen nib of the brush is used to express the larger blank shapes between the leaves.
The function of the round head artist brush:
1. Use the tip of an artist brush to draw various shapes.
2. Gently hold the artist brush and only touch the paper with the tip of the brush to see what the effect will be, and then touch the belly of the artist brush to the paper completely.
3. See how fine lines you can draw with the tip of the artist brush.
4. Use a round-head artist brush to smoothly paint the watercolors.
5. Use artist brush pen belly to express painting strokes.
6. Use dry painting to flatten the watercolors.
7. Use the tip of the artist brush to draw small dots.
8. Try to draw the sketch with only the tip of the artist brush.
9. Use the artist brush pen belly to paint, first dip the brush into a kind of watercolor, and then dip the tip of the brush into another kind of paint.
10. Dip the artist brush in the watercolor, let it dry slightly, separate the bristles, and push the artist brush upward.
11. Draw grass-like brush strokes, and lift the pen when the brush stroke is about to end to reduce the distribution of paint.