I like the idea of being able to dip my brush into the paint and then paint a shape in one shot, without having to go back over it.
In my experiments so far I am having to go over each line several times to stop the background colour from showing through the acrylic. Even when the background is only white.
I am painting on MDF which has been primed with an undercoat of shellac and then some spray paint over that.
The effect I am going for is shown in this video of Keith Haring: https://youtu.be/VWRRQKwtB90?t=2m26s
He never has to go over his lines because the colour is consistent for as long as he drags his brush.
I an thinking it largely has to do with the paint and the brush that I am using. But am yet to figure it out.
Any help wold be greatly appreciated.