Cerridwyn1st Posted October 20, 2006 Share Posted October 20, 2006 This is going to be down-right heretical to all you WNS 7 fans. Not to say I don't have a few myself, plus Vallejo and RMS brushes. Lately I've been using paint that is thinned to almost wash consistency. I've found that for working with paint this thin, you need a brush that will hold a lot of fluid and allow it to flow smoothly from the brush. The brushes I like best for this technique are plastic kiddie brushes from Michael's. A dozen of them cost $1. That isn't to say I don't use the high-end sables. I most certainly do. But for some applications, they don't work as well as something far cheaper. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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