I decided to do one more bird, mostly because I liked the background. I masked off the bird and did the background first. The masking the next morning messed up my paper on almost the entire bird, and I almost threw it away. I’m glad I didn’t. Any good suggestions on removing masking without tearing the top layer of paper? I’ve had that…[Read more]
Exquisite! Masking fluid can be tricky stuff. Many artists just don’t use it for that reason. It might be the brand, but things like humidity, how long it is left on, and the paper itself can make a difference. You may already know, but you need to make sure the painting is truly and completely dry before removing the fluid. Also, it shouldn’t be…[Read more]
Fantastic bird, one masking tip resist going back and forth with the masking brush lay it all down in one direction, fill up your brush , stroke until empt then start again with overlapping stroke where you left off , i f that makes any sense
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