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What is a Fitch Brush?

Monday, 29 April 2013 10:05:37 Europe/London

A fitch brush is made from hair from polecats or sometimes from the ear of a black ox. Fitch hairs in general or quite short with a smooth texture.Read More
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Time To Try Painting In Oils?

Monday, 4 March 2013 11:16:43 Europe/London

Oil painting, sounds so glamourous, yet can strike fear into the heart of the novice artist. Once you get over the initial fear, you'll soon discover that oil is a very forgiving medium to work in.Read More
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Why Use Acrylic Paints?

Monday, 4 March 2013 10:46:27 Europe/London

For the first time artist one of the myriad of questions to be answered is what medium to paint in. Watercolour, oil or acrylics? Most beginners tend to opt for acrylics and it's easy to see why.Read More
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Making sure your paintbrush lasts

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 09:28:18 Europe/London

As you progress from budget brushes through to professional quality artist brushes you'll want to be sure to protect your investment and ensure they have a long life in your service. Here are a few do's and dont's that will help.

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Why Choose Red Sable Brushes?

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:53:11 Europe/London

Red sable brushes are manufactured from hair from members of the weasel family. The quality of a red sable brush is dependant upon both the exact type of animal it is taken from and also it’s location on the animals body. The finest sable brushes are from an animal called the kolinsky, native to some parts of China and Russia.

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Choosing Watercolour Brushes and Tips for Getting Started

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:46:06 Europe/London

A good watercolour brush will have excellent water retention properties and retain it’s shape well allowing for a fine brush stroke from the tip. It is better to buy a few good quality brushes than a large selection of those of a lesser quality. Soft natural hair brushes are generally the best choice for watercolour painting as they are naturally spring and absorbent, meaning they snap back into shape and hold a larger amount of paint, meaning you don’t have to reload the brush as often as with synthetic bristled brushes.

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Best Artist Brushes for Fabric Painting

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:43:11 Europe/London

Painting a t-shirt is a great way to give a new lease of life to old t-shirts or produce a quick “one off” for a special occasion. Should you wish to just produce an garment for a single wear then standard artists acrylic paint will suffice. However acrylic paint, although it possess a certain amount of flexibility, can become increasingly brittle with time and will eventually crack and peel with frequent wear and washing, also larger designs can be uncomfortable to wear as it can make the underlying material stiff and rough

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Artists Brushes – Natural or Synthetic?

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:38:35 Europe/London

Paint brushes are made from stiff or soft hairs, which be either natural animal hair or synthetic fibres. Soft brushes are ideal for thin paint which spreads easily. They form a sharp point which makes them ideal for detailed work. Stiff brushes are used for dabbing or pushing around thick paint, show the swirls and brush marks that give depth and texture.

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Lot’s of New Ways to Stay in Touch

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:35:56 Europe/London

BestArtistBrushes is now on twitter, facebook and youtube, so there are plenty of ways to keep in touch, ask questions and give us your opinions.

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New – Order OnLine facility with WT Clark

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:32:54 Europe/London

W.T.Clark brush suppliers for over 160 years NOW offer their products on-line.

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