Brush Strokes

Hoff, David
July 2012
Fired Arts & Crafts;Jul2012, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p11
The article offers tips on painting ceramics using the round brush. Strokes made with the round brush and with the liner are compared. The challenges of using the round brush are explained. Instructions for doing various strokes are provided including pressure strokes, comma strokes, and double pointed pressure strokes.


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