This week we want to explore an alternative processes of painting. This includes, yes, using a squeegee instead of brush (or a slice of cardboard of some kind). This will allow you to blur and change your surface in unexpected ways. You can do this with a good paint knife too but the long span of the blade on a squeegee makes it ideal to change large area of your painting.
Cheap plastic or gold plated - either way it works. Find at hardware store - an excellent alternative to the art store (cheaper for sure). Or the more traditional printmaker's squeegee below (not cheap or necessary):
Gerhard Richter is the master of the squeegee and the blurred brush painting, and we'll take inspiration in this kind of technique from him. I made a post of his work: LINK