Best Artist Brushes

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Finding the Best Artist Brushes Online

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 21:07:18 Europe/London

Finding the best artist brushes online is no easy feat. You must first think about what type of brush you require for your work before you even start to search online for a product.

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Finding Perfect Art Brushes

Wednesday, 5 August 2015 09:44:52 Europe/London

A perfect painting is hard to achieve, even for renowned and skilled artists. A good painting first starts with a quality canvas and art brushes, so if you’re looking for the perfect art brush to fit into your collection, you’ve come to the right place.

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Buy Artists Brushes Online - A Few Tips

Friday, 17 July 2015 12:37:39 Europe/London

To buy artist brushes online you need two things, a little knowledge about what you require and a reputable supplier. Fortunately you have already found the latter!

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Different brushes for different mediums

Friday, 6 September 2013 11:04:12 Europe/London

If you paint in various different mediums, e.g. oil, acrylic, watercolors then this might be something you should be considering. Although many brush types can be used for a variety of paints, it is a good idea to keep a set for each different medium you use.Read More
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Give Gouache A Go

Friday, 6 September 2013 10:43:55 Europe/London

Gouache paint is similar in many aspects to acrylic paint, and being water based gives it similar qualities to a concentrated watercolour paint too. It's usually found in small tubes therefore is not an ideal choice for covering large areas. Being waterbased means that a varnish maybe necessary as a finished painting cannot be allowed to come in to contact with water.Read More
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A Range of Artist Brushes

Tuesday, 9 July 2013 09:00:53 Europe/London

Artists convey their inventiveness with the aid of beautiful artworks . But yet this task requires not merely creativity but the proper set of tools . Artist brushes , palette , colors , oil paints and so forth are required by artists to materialise their artistic abilities . There are lots of different kinds of artist brushes with various sizes , shapes and materials used .Read More
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Watercolour Brushes for Beginners

Tuesday, 9 July 2013 08:57:43 Europe/London

Whilst a professional artist skilled in the manipulation of water colour paint may truly value the importance of a first class water colour brush, unfortunately for the beginner this is often something that is learnt a good while down the line, hopefully before they quit the past time!Read More
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Choosing the Right Brush for Acrylics

Tuesday, 4 June 2013 20:21:17 Europe/London

Because acrylic paint is so versatile in it's thickness (viscosity), it is hard to generalise upon the choice of brush. Used in it's "neat" form it's consistency is similar to that of oil paint, however used thinned down it's consistency can be more akin to that of watercolour.Read More
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Make Your Own Art Brushes!

Tuesday, 4 June 2013 17:55:15 Europe/London

Ever wonder where the old masters got their brushes from? No, me neither but when you think about it they must have been home made in many cases. We came across this fascinating video that demonstrates someone making their own brush from a twig, some horsehair, string and glue!Read More
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Different Brush Shapes

Monday, 29 April 2013 11:17:34 Europe/London

There are an incredible amount of brush shapes now available. There is a seemingly endless list of variations in brush tips to handle every eventuality, admittedly most can't be classed as essential kit but I guess some of the variations can make life easier for some artists.Read More
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