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5 STEPS TO BECOMING AN AWESOME PAINTER – PART 2

October 17, 2014

Part 2: Selecting the Right Brush Head In the previous article we covered hair type and which types are best suited to each painting medium. We learned that the finest, most expensive brushes are Kolinsky brushes. While you could use these for heavy duty tasks, such as the under-painting on an oil-painting, the brush would not last very long. Not to mention that it is very difficult to maneuver thick oil paint using such a soft brush. For this task, it would be much better to use a cheaper hog bristle brush. By the same token, if you try to paint watercolor using the same hog bristle brush, you probably won’t have much success. As artists we need to learn...

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5 STEPS TO BECOMING AN AWESOME PAINTER - PART 1

September 30, 2014

Part 1: Selecting Hair Type The sheer array of paint brushes available can seem quite overwhelming for the beginner or even the experienced artist. This article will help you pick which type of brush to use for each medium as well as choose which head shape is most suitable for you. Part 1 will cover the hair type and Part 2 will cover the shape styles.   Hair, you say? Art paint brushes are usually either made from animal hair or synthetic hair. Most brushes are made from animal hair and the quality of the brush will depend on the grade of hair being used.  Typically, the quality of an art paint brush is related to its spring (ability to...

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