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How to choose a paint brush for your artwork

Choose a Paint Brush for Your Artwork

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Normally, an artist will have various sorts of brushes for distinctive systems and painting routines. The paint brush hairs length and shape all influence the qualities of the brush.

Normally, an artist will have various sorts of brushes for distinctive systems and painting routines. The paint brush hairs length and shape all influence the qualities of the brush.

Round Brush: A brush with the bristles curving into the center at the ends, excellent for control and accuracy.

Round Brush: A brush with the bristles curving into the center at the ends, excellent for control and accuracy.

Flat Brush: Along with the Filbert brush, this is a mainstay in your brush fleet. Great for edging and filling in areas.

Flat Brush: Along with the Filbert brush, this is a mainstay in your brush fleet. Great for edging and filling in areas.

Filbert Brush: A staple brush in your collection, it is flat with rounded corners.

Filbert Brush: A staple brush in your collection, it is flat with rounded corners.

Bright Brush: This brush is the same as a flat brush, but with shorter bristles for details and different spring-action.

Bright Brush: This brush is the same as a flat brush, but with shorter bristles for details and different spring-action.

Rigger Brush: Round, narrow, long-bristled brush for making lines and detail work.

Rigger Brush: Round, narrow, long-bristled brush for making lines and detail work.

Angle Brush: Multi-purpose brush similar to flat brush, but cut at an angle. To learn more go to - http://goo.gl/mQcSwv

Angle Brush: Multi-purpose brush similar to flat brush, but cut at an angle. To learn more go to - http://goo.gl/mQcSwv

  • 1.0 Round Brush
  • 1.0 Flat Brush
  • 1.0 Filbert Brush
  • 1.0 Bright Brush
  • 1.0 Rigger Brush
  • 1.0 Angle Brush