Here you will find our range of artist brushes and brushes for watercolor, acrylic, oil, gouache, enamel paint and water color. Choose between different sizes, shapes and materials. We have artist brushes in synthetic material and brushes made of animal hair.
The paint brush you choose for your project depends on the type of paint you are using, the size of the work and the surface you are painting on. We have paint brushes for every purpose, whether you are painting large acrylic paintings or painting small miniatures with watercolors. The artist paint brushes in our range are suitable for oil, acrylic, watercolour, enamel paint and gouache.
We believe that when it comes to brushes, there is no one size fits all. Our range consists of brushes in different sizes, materials and areas of use. Faceted, round, flat and many other brushes.
When looking for a brush that is both affordable and easy to work with, synthetic brushes are the best choice. They are perfect for any artist who wants to create their own unique look at home without spending too much. If you're looking for something a little more exclusive, consider an artist brush made from animal hair. These artist brushes give your brushstrokes more texture, which can be great if you want an extra special finish to your artwork.
Watercolor brushes are brushes that can hold a lot of paint and water without spreading at the tip or losing their shape. It is common for the more exclusive brushes to consist of animal hair, but synthetics also work well. You can also use synthetic brushes for both watercolor and acrylic, making them very practical. A smaller brush gives you more detail, while a larger brush covers more space. A round brush is good for filling in larger areas and creating soft edges, while a flat brush is good for creating strong lines.
Your brushes are a delicate and important tool in your creative arsenal. It is very important to give them the care they need to last for years - and sometimes decades.
If you want your brushes to last a long time, make sure you clean them properly after each use. It is important to wash the brushes regularly, as paint can dry on them and ruin them. This is especially true if you are working with a color that is not water soluble, if such a color gets on the brush it can mean that the brush is completely destroyed. You should also not leave the brush standing in water, as this can cause the hairs on the brush to change shape or be destroyed.
When you wash your brushes, you can use a special brush cleaner that further gives your artist brush a shorter lifespan. And you can use a brush holder to make sure that water doesn't get into the shaft and start to mold and that all the brushes keep their shape and don't bend or become loose.
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