Brushes, you’ve got to love them!
Perhaps all you need is one, but you want them all, don’t you?
I like Ziza. It is very useful.
What is the most use?. I am in favor of small watercolor brushes. And as I started with acrylics, I also use small for details.
Me gusta Ziza. Es muy útil.
¿Cuál es el que más utilizas?. Yo soy partidaria de los pinceles pequeños en acuarela. Y como he empezado con acrílico, también utilizo los pequeños para los detalles.
Good stuff. AS promised – a fave for you
Thanks Bob – you are the man of the word (and of the world)!
Nuria, simple round sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 (depending on the painting scale) are most useful. However, once you try others, you can’t do without them! Very useful: spotter for detail, rigger for long lines, one stroke for architecture, filbert for detail touch (especially with oils), and mops for washes.
Now, Rosemary’s kolinsky mop is also for details, expressive painting and washes. Real gem! A bit expensive though…
Each time I go to the art supply store I look at brushes. Half the time I buy one or two. When I have extra cash I may buy something big or different.
Thank you for your homage to the brush.
Marty, buy ‘em all! You won’t regret! But, new job first, and then go for it!
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