This week I’ll show you a quick tool tip for brush lettering: I’ve been using these liquid watercolors for a while in my paintings and discovered that they’re awesome for lettering too!

Here’s a short demonstration of how you can use liquid watercolor for brush lettering. I love the vivid colors of these liquid paints!

I use liquid watercolors by Ecoline in the video, but any brand should work fine!

This technique would work great for making your own pieces, too. If you want to learn how you can do that, check out my upcoming course Creating Layouts, where I show in detail how you can create your own awesome-looking lettering or calligraphy pieces. Enrollment for the course is open now!

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