Used for varnishing oil paintings where a softer touch is required to achieve an antiquing effect. A good blender for texture and depth. Mainly used for blending paint into an even and smooth coat. Also can be used to create striations - a glass painters 'must have'. ...More info.
With a long visible length of hair and a flat end, this brush is ideal with oil colour for softening or blending. Used in glasswork for 'kissing' the colour and ceramics for feathering, marbling and tonal work. ...More info.
Typically used for oil painting, badger hair is coarse yet soft making it ideal for stippling and texture work. Fan brushes use a special ferrule which spreads the hairs to form a fan shape. Used for several effects including grasses, fur and often for blending. ...More info.
A beautiful Badger Fan – this brush is designed specifically for oil painters and more so oil painters who want a full bodied fan. Another handmade addition to our ranges and by special request from artists seeking to replicate brushes the 'old masters' would have used for blending, glazing, stippling and when a fully packed brush is required to carry a good amount of colour when loaded, or dust a large area quickly. Balanced on a black 25cm handle, cupro nickel ferrules. I feel confident you will love these. ...More info.
The soft delicate tips are ideal for blending and softening in oils. Will lay on a watercolour wash quickly when a large area needs to be covered. Also decorative techniques eg Marbling and wood graining. ...More info.
I’ve designed this new range to be an inexpensive blending brush. The Smooshing Brush is made from a blend of different grades of badger hair. I’ve packed the hairs into the ferrule really tightly to create a dense brush, which will be firm to the touch, but still flexible. The beauty of the domed shape allows for a multitude of brush strokes. Sometimes known as a smudger, a tinter or a blender, this versatile brush can be used in all mediums and is available in sizes small, medium and large. In decorative painting, you would tend to...More info.
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