If your memory is that fine, you may recall your first set of art materials you received as a young child. If today you are a practicing fine artist, professional, part time or just in the sparest of time you have at home, you will remember the adjustments you had to make when receiving your first materials. If you are that keen about your art work, you will remember every fine detail, well, as close to what is humanly possible at this stage of our creative and intellectual development.
And they do say that we have yet to use our full mental faculties. Anyway, if you can recall your first introductions to the different painting disciplines, you may recall that as a child it was quite a challenge to keep a steady hand when endeavoring to furnish a still life in watercolor. Working with water colors is a fine art indeed. You need to have a steady but gentle hand on the pallet and on the paper to which you are applying your creation.
It is no mean feat, but if you have both the talent and the determination, you will succeed in developing enough skill that will allow your painting to pass for an acceptable public display, even if it is only going to hang on your living room wall, the finished painting, that is. Making your fine work a little easier on the hand and the mind are the sable watercolor brushes it is recommended that you use for your artwork.
The same fine developers of these brushes will also have materials for you to utilize if you have a preference for working with acrylic blocks or oils. Many happy returns on your fine developments in the future.