Our watercolor brush has all the characteristics of a traditional wet brush, with features like textured edges, adjustable opacity, natural paper enhancement and a fluid flow onto the page. But like all of Concepts’ tools, the watercolor brush isn’t limited to pixels - it is fully adjustable after you’ve drawn your stroke. Select your stroke, then move, stretch, scale, rotate, change its color or tool, and tweak it with the control points.
When you adjust a watercolor stroke, it will interact seamlessly with all other watercolor strokes on its own layer, blending together as though “wet”. If you wish to layer “dry” strokes and keep your textured edges, try drawing them in different layers - you can stack your colors and edges for unique layering effects. For a full description of how to use the watercolor brush, read our tutorial or watch our tutorial video.