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Brush Control

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Are your brush strokes overlapped and messy looking? You're not alone. Many beginners suffer from this issue. To improve your technique, you'll need to practice making large strokes and using careful edge control - which is exactly what this exercise was designed to help with.

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Inx on Tue, 04 September 2012 9:51pm
@Sad Baloth - this video was released some time ago on his site, www.ctrlpaint.com. The download links are in the video article from there.
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Sad Baloth on Mon, 03 September 2012 5:02am
Looks like a great assignment - but I can't seem to find anywhere to actually download the files he uses and talks about in the video. D:
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