This small brush (S Layer) - perfect for layering - is hand made, with pure sable bristles in a fine point meaning exceptional control - sometimes the tiniest details make a huge difference, and this brush has been designed to help you nail the feeling of a great miniature painted well.
This medium brush (M Layer) - perfect for layering - is hand made, with pure sable bristles in a fine point meaning exceptional control over details. The size makes it perfect for layering surfaces, and getting those effects that make your friends go ‘wow’.
This medium brush (M Base), ideal for basecoating features a flat shape with a curved top, entirely synthetic bristles for extended durability and two differing styles - side on for coverage, and a flat edge for detail.
Composed of entirely synthetic bristles for durability (this brush will see a lot of use!) and ideal for basecoating, this brush (L Base) features a large, wide side and a fine pointed edge - ideal for both fast coverage and tricky to reach areas.
Featuring synthetic bristles for optimal shape retention and the finest point, this medium brush (M Glaze) will make short work of applying Citadel Glaze paints to your miniatures. Detail work is made quick and easy - you’ll be amazed by what you can do!
Green Stuff World Paintbrushes are expertly hand-crafted and designed to help you to paint your armies to an exceptional standard.
There are endless brush types and sizes and each one has been designed for a different work.
Natural hair brushes made of real animal hair, very soft and flexible, kolinsky variety.
They arerecommended forwater-based (acrylic paints) as well as oil-based paints, especially in fine techniques such aswashing, blending, layering, and degrading. In general, they are recommended for any technique that requires a more diluted medium.
They areNOT recommended for single stroke or dry brushing techniques, for those tasks please use synthetic hair brushes.
This type of hair ensures a high absorption of water and paint and excellent elasticity, which turns it into a very technical brush.
By nature, natural brushes require more care than synthetic hair brushes, and therefore deterioration of the bristles will leave us without brush. You should form bristles into a point after use them whenever is necessary and not let dry paint residues between the bristles. After painting, let them stand upside down to avoid the deformation of the tips.
We do not recommended to alternatively use the same brush for watercolor paint and then for acrylic or oil paint, since the bristles will deteriorate quickly. Good maintenance of these brushes will ensure us to have them for a long time.