Sunday, June 29, 2014

Watercolor Tip - Spray Bottles

Here's a short video on how I use a spray bottle to move paint on my paper and keep my paints moist in my palette.

Happy Painting!
Brenda

9 comments:

  1. Thanks Brenda for your ideas for finding a good spray bottle. So many of them seem to be squirters rather than misters.

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  2. I'm going to try that tip about the hair sprayer! I have trouble getting a mist as fine as I want it. And it's wonderful to see you looking so great! Best Jay

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  3. Great tip, about the hair spray… I have a bottle I love and use to wet the paper, and my paints, but it is NOT a mister, and unless I was trying to remove the paint I'd never use it on a painting. I'm going to see if I can find a hairspray nozzle that will work.

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  4. Wonderful tips, Brenda! Thank you so much!
    I have both of your books and was just looking at them again last night. They really are terrific, and I hope you write more!

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  5. Glad you found the tip helpful. Just remember to clean the sprayer real well first.
    Happy Painting!

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  6. Hi Brenda, thanks for sharing this great tip. However, I don't think I've ever seen a hairspray container that gives a 'mist' effect that you can take apart except for a squirt bottle. Aerosol cans are definitely not to be taken apart as it can explode. What specific hairspray is that you're using, if I may ask?

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    1. Oh, heavens DON'T take apart an aerosol can! I am recommending the squirt bottles.

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  7. Great tip, on my way to the store! Thanks Brenda

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