Water Brush – Prime Art

R45.00

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    • A water brush is a reservoir of water attached to a brush
    • Water flow is controlled by a small plastic feed and can be increased by squeezing the barrel
    • Use with watersoluble media such as watercolour pencils, watercolour markers and watercolour paints
    • Artists love their portability – no need to bring separate container of water for washing the brush

           How to use:

    • Squeeze drops of water into your dry watercolor pigment to help “wake up” your palette
    • Use the durable tips to help massage the watercolor pigment with water in order to stir your color
    • Pull the colors you want to use into a mixing tray
    • This will help you control pigmentation and make it easier to re-dip your brush when switching colors
    • Clean your water brush easily by squeezing water through the chamber while wiping off the tip on a paper towel
    • When you’re all done, make sure your brush tip is clean and the bristles are smoothed back into a point
    • This will help your water brushes last longer
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    • A water brush is a reservoir of water attached to a brush
    • Water flow is controlled by a small plastic feed and can be increased by squeezing the barrel
    • Use with watersoluble media such as watercolour pencils, watercolour markers and watercolour paints
    • Artists love their portability – no need to bring separate container of water for washing the brush

           How to use:

    • Squeeze drops of water into your dry watercolor pigment to help “wake up” your palette
    • Use the durable tips to help massage the watercolor pigment with water in order to stir your color
    • Pull the colors you want to use into a mixing tray
    • This will help you control pigmentation and make it easier to re-dip your brush when switching colors
    • Clean your water brush easily by squeezing water through the chamber while wiping off the tip on a paper towel
    • When you’re all done, make sure your brush tip is clean and the bristles are smoothed back into a point
    • This will help your water brushes last longer
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