What is a Brush Drawing?
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On my courses I teach drawing and painting in distinct blocks of time, so there is five weeks on drawing before moving onto painting. The problem with this is that it can subconsciously teach learners that drawing and painting are different activities when they are very closely linked to one another. Brush ‘drawing’ is one way of communicating to learners that you can ‘draw’ when you paint. A brush painting is ‘drawing’ with paint or ink and a brush. A true brush drawing is done in line (that means the paint is not watered down or blended so the line is kept just like a line ‘drawing’. There is no tonal information in a brush drawing.
A brush ‘drawing’ is drawing with a paintbrush.
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