Explore various flat shapes and how they can be used.
Flat Shaders are medium in length compared to shorter length chisel blenders and strokes which are longer.
Use on the flat side for filling in areas of color or chiseled edge for creating thin lines.
Similar to a Flat Shader with a rounded versus a straight across tip, for creating soft edges like a rose petal
Blending in tight areas, creates crisp edges and precise control, can also make lines
Broad strokes, base coating, applying color to larger areas like backgrounds
Short controlled strokes, more precise placement of color than a Shader, recommended for detail work
Hold large amounts of paint, cover large surface areas, commonly used for murals and washes
Longer hair length than a Wash and Shader. For lettering or covering large areas, holds the most color, can be held perpendicular to the surface to make lines