The commonest mistake beginning painters make is spending too much time and effort laying on the paint. Turn the comb to paint the adjoining edge of the identical inside corner and repeat the process. Reload the comb and remove extra paint from the bristles by laying on the paint close to, but not in opposition to, the edge you’re chopping in. Without reloading the brush, return and paint near the edge. Fan the bristles barely and use a slow, regular stroke while concentrating on the line you’re portray.

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