I wouldn't have any fingers left if I tried to do it with a scalpel
Got it. Makes sense.I just want to add to the speed of doing your painting... I find when i do my practice movements I am really light with them. When i spray paint on a piece of art I am really light on it. Going too dark too fast is like hitting a brick wall at 100KMH/MPH. also blasting paint at 45 psi onto a hard surface is prolly not a great idea.. on textiles and such its just fine but on a hard surface you are going to be really unhappy unless you are spraying it very very lightly. I have a bad habit of the too dark too fast thing so I have tried to lighten it up. A LOT
Thanks Padre, got it. (I think we have the same other hobby... just been about a year since I've been to practice )There's an old saying in another hobby of mine.
Slow is smooth. Smooth is fast.
Related to AB, if it takes you x time to do something accurately. Takes someone else less time to do it sloppy. Sloppy guy will need more time to clean up his sloppy work. While you're onto the next phase. And you've used less paint than sloppy has wasted