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paint brushes

Postby boman » Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:12 am

I'm just wondering what types of brushes you guys use. I feel that the brush is everything. I cannot get on fine lines, if my life depended on it. I use the finest details brushes castle, which is not really just great. Where can I find really very fine brushes?

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Re: paint brushes

Postby Eric Douglas » Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:07 am

boman wrote:I'm just wondering what types of brushes you guys use. I feel that the brush is everything. I cannot get on fine lines, if my life depended on it. I use the finest details brushes castle, which is not really just great. Where can I find really very fine brushes?


What kind of media? Are you painting in Oils, Water Colour, Pastels? Drawing in Pencil?

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