I am continuing my daily art practice and averaging 3 paintings a day. It is becoming easier to do that many paintings/sketches/studies every day, especially when I have help from wonderful online instructors like Andrew Geeson.
I love watching his loose style of painting, and his approach to using fresh bright paint and do any mixing wet-in-wet on the paper. I subscribed to his paid youtube channel and did a few paintings.
Here are a couple :
And another one :
I also did a few sheets of brush stroke/brush control exercises with my round brush, but you don't need to see those :-) I intend to do the same for all the other brushes I own - the squirrel mop, the flat brush, the dagger brush, the riggers etc. and get a sense of the marks they make and the level of control I have with each of them.