Da Vinci Maestro Series for Miniature Painting Siberian Kolinsky Red Sable
This pack includes Maestro Series 1301 No. 2 flat brush and Maestro Series 1301 No. 4 water color flat brushes, the best flat brushes for miniature painting.
The designation of Master of the Da Vinci Miniature Paint Brushes is reserved for the highest quality hairs and tail length of Siberian Kolinsky red sable, brushes individually tested.
Why Da Vinci Marta is the best brushes for miniature painting?
Da Vinci watercolor brushes are providing a high quality sable brush with a sharp needle-like point, excellent water carrying abilities, great spring and control. Marta´s brushes maintain their shape well throughout painting and will last, provided with good care. These acrylic paint brushes will greatly improved your painting, making the hobby much more enjoyable. Every Da Vinci watercolor brushes are well shaped with a nice sharp tip. They have a long body to carry lots of water and paint.
How to clean acrylic paint brushes?
Step 1. Prepare several bottles of water, to avoid emptying and refilling them over and over again, so we guarantee you always have clean water for the final rinse of the brush Kolinsky Red Sable brush.
Step 2. Dry out the excess paint from your Kolinsky brush, use a paper towel or a clean thin cloth to get rid of most of the acrylic miniature paint.
Step 3. Rinse the brush well to paint miniatures in warm water, dry the water and rinse the Marta Kolinsky brush again.
Step 4. Apply to your Tobolsky – Kolinsky brush a final rinse with clean water, rinse until your hairs are completely clean and without residue of acrylic paint for miniatures. Apply vegetable soap for brushes da vinci KERNSEIFE, the brush cleaner used in Bigchild.
Step 5. With your fingers and without applying much force so as not to damage the hairs of Marta kolinsky, shape the tip of the Brush Tobolsky – Kolinsky, let it dry upside down.