Best Artist Brushes

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The best brushes for painting miniatures.

Wednesday, 1 November 2017 09:49:00 Europe/London

If you are a big tabletop gamer or even a Dungeons & Dragons player, “miniatures” are a big part of the gameplay style. If you are, great, if not, maybe after reading this who knows what might happen!

What so many players and dungeon Masters often find themselves doing is customising their miniatures. In order to professionally paint miniatures and make them look their best however you need the right artist brushes. 

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The best art brushes for pop art/Anime style art.

Thursday, 21 September 2017 16:12:17 Europe/London

If you love painting more modern art style portraits in a “pop art” or “anime” style, you're going to need the right types of brushes.

Pop art and anime or comic style art requires detailed black outlines around many of the target objects. This is definitely possible with acrylic paint but not always easy without the right brushes. Here are some of the top brushes you need to invest in for creating pop art/anime style art:

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Best Fingernail Art Brushes

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 12:19:17 Europe/London

There is little doubt that fingernail art has become increasingly popular in recent years.

With the increase in demand for these types of services, it's important that those undertaking the work get access to the right art supplies given that a simple nail brush (such as those to be found in any nail polish container) just isn’t good enough to perform this most detailed form of nail art. 

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How to choose the best brushes for face painting.

Sunday, 16 July 2017 17:56:11 Europe/London

Many professional face and body painters use specialty brushes for their craft.

In most cases, brushes used for face painting can be those commonly used for painting in acrylics so here are some tips on how to choose the best professional brushes if you’re up for it!

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Oil paint brushes: - some tips for you.

Sunday, 4 June 2017 17:03:35 Europe/London

Oil painting is an excellent medium for portrait photography and other delicate work.

If you are going to use oils regularly, pay attention to which brushes you choose and how you clean them. Firstly, you need a well-rounded set of brushes that will always be available for oil painting:

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Best starter brushes for oil painting.

Monday, 1 May 2017 20:15:39 Europe/London

If you are interested in starting to paint landscapes in the “classical style” with oil paints, there are some standard brushes that can make the process much easier.

Here are some of the top brushes to consider when putting together a landscape painting set:

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How to take better care of your art brushes

Monday, 27 March 2017 14:53:12 Europe/London

If you are going to invest in a nice set of brushes for your artwork, it's extremely important that you take good care of them. Some of the world's nicest brushes are very resilient but they do still require proper care. High quality artist brushes like the ones that Best Artist Brushes do sometimes take some extra consideration with cleaning and storage.

Here are some top tips on how to take better care of your brushes when you are considering some of the higher quality items from our store:

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Artist Brushes - Synthetic or Natural?

Monday, 27 February 2017 09:42:42 Europe/London

When considering purchasing paintbrushes, it's important to carefully consider the types of animal hairs that can be used in the construction of some brushes.

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Top techniques for Applying Paint With Best Artist Brushes:

Monday, 23 January 2017 14:47:13 Europe/London

When many people get started with painting they end up using the same dry brush techniques that many of us learn when using an ordinary paintbrush. Evolving as an artist means trying out different techniques and whilst you can have a lot of fun with just a dry brush and some acrylic paint, you may want to experiment with some new techniques. 

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Mop Brushes v Fan Brushes. What’s The Difference?

Monday, 19 December 2016 17:25:08 Europe/London

Two of the most well used brushes in any painter’s arsenal are the fan brush and mop brush.

Rather than confusing these two types of brushes and potentially putting yourself at a disadvantage as an artist, knowing the difference can help your technique. Here are the main differences between the two together with some tips as to how they might be best used.

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