Isn’t it a weird question?! 😅
But it’s a good question!…
…because I noticed something on all my round brushes.
(maybe that’s because there are not the most expensive brushes ever? even if they are made with natural hair?…)
Their tip is not perfectly round! 😱
Is the tip of your round brushes slightly flat too?
I think you might want to check. 😉
There is a 45° turn between the two photos I took.
(By the way, this is a Winson & Newton sable pointed round but I noticed that on all my round watercolor brushes)
I didn’t read anything about that so I thought it could be useful to tell you and to talk with you about this distinctive feature. Indeed, if you want to trace a really thin line but hold your brush the wrong way, it can be a problem! 😒
So, to trace a thin horizontal line, hold the brush in a way you can see the flat side towards you. On the contrary, to trace a thin vertical line, hold the brush in a way you see the thinner side.
Hope that helps! ☺️
Do your brushes have the same feature than mines? 😉
Stay tuned for the last Manchester Symposium videos! 😀