I am still confused abut the types of brushes available. I have bristle, sable, artificial, and cheapies. I haven't figured out the proper use of any of them. I've just been trying them all and eliminating the ones that don't seem to make sense in the affect I am trying to achieve.

Can someone give me guidance on the type, shape, size and costs for brushes when working with acrylics?

Thanks!

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Comment by Ev McTaggart on November 30, 2012 at 6:10pm

I still like Thaneeya's explanations:

http://www.art-is-fun.com/artist-paint-brushes.html

Comment by Adrienne Zinn on November 30, 2012 at 7:33pm

Ev, thank you so much for that link!  What a great resource. 

Now, the only problem I have with The Art Colony is that I am becoming obsessed with it instead of sitting in front of my easel  painting!

Comment by Ev McTaggart on November 30, 2012 at 7:36pm

I know. Freaking addictive, isn't it? LOL. If you are looking for any guidance on anything, look to the forums and groups here, and you're likely to find something to help.

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