Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Glendale, Arizona
Terry, whenever I leave an art store, it is generally with a new brush, rather than with new paint.
Being a color theorist, I find that I can easily do without some different, new color, because I usually can mix whatever color I want with the bare necessities of color--the primaries.
However, I can nearly always find a brush for some specific use, and I am usually attracted to them. And, some very decent, artist quality paint can be purchased for a lot less than might be believed. Among the less expensive, artist quality paints are Grumbacher Pretested Oils, and M. Graham (which I notice you use).
Two of the absolute best brushes I've bought in recent months are a #4, and a #2, Black Gold, by Dynasty. They are flats. I bought them from Jerry Yarnell's site, and they work wonderfully.
Last edited by WFMartin; 11-12-2015 at 01:39 PM.