(music) To load the brush, roll it in the paint to keep the point sharp. With the liner brush, just barely touch the tip to the paper for a fine line. Think of the brush as a sharp pencil; if you put pressure on it the point will break. Add a little more pressure for a thicker line. You may find it helpful to rest your pinky on the canvas to give you more control. Just make sure the area is dry. Pull toward yourself. You can also use your other hand to support if that works better for you. Don’t look at the tip of the brush, but look ahead of the brush and where you want it to go. To achieve very fine lines like in step 34, it helps to dilute the paint to the consistency of ink. Practice on extra watercolor paper or scrap paper until the lines are the thickness you want.