Well, what do you know. Writing is a fine art too, in case you were ever wondering. This literary piece for online publication has stipulated a heading that is deliberately specific. It hints that the use of sable watercolor brushes is specifically intended for fine art work. Not for painting walls and murals, nor for broad brush strokes across a large canvas. But water color painting is, of course, suitable for all genres or themes.
It is debatable whether years of practice is required to master the art. Watercolor painting is a fine art indeed. It is intricate and precise work that goes into producing mostly realistic pieces. But of course, abstract works are not uncommon. And this is the work of sheer creative genius and technical nous. Mastering delicate brushstrokes could not come easier without the use of sable watercolor brushes.
Prepared white birch handles have been created to the albata length. They are painted in a smooth satin black. Handles are attached to triple crimped and seamless nickel ferrules. This is deliberate in order to ensure a longer lasting performance. Speaking of which, the watercolor brushes possesses immense strength, never mind the artist’s need for delicacy and poise. A razor edged tip has been created to give the artist full control of his or her brushstrokes. The triple crimping of the brush is required to provide the artist with secure adhesion and maintain control of the better alignment to the tapered handle.
It is usual for experienced and talented artists to adjust their brushes in accordance with their own well-practiced techniques. But it has to be wondered whether any further adjustments of such fine water color brushes are required. New or seasoned in the watercolor technique, do enjoy your work.