You can also spray water directly on your canvas or paper to keep the paint workable. A mister is also handy if you want to achieve painting effects like drips and smears.
You can work on the finer details of your work later. The cardinal rule is work from the general first then to the specific. This way, your painting will also not look tight.
The beauty of synthetic brushes made often with nylon or polyester is it does a better job of holding paint while mimicking the traits of natural fibers. Synthetic brushes are also easier to clean and less expensive.
Have one container with a shallow layer of water to keep your brushes and another container to clean your brushes between colors. It's also a good habit to clean your brushes with soap and water after.
Don't fret when this happens. Simply apply several layers of light pain in sucession until you achieve your desired lightness. Layer not only enhances the quality of your painting, but it can also add depth to the color. Make sure to double check your work and see if you've achieved the lightness you want to achieve.
More than anything else, for any imperfections you create on your art, simply correct and layer it up with another level of acrylic paint.
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