What’s the difference of brushes in oil painting?
1. Different raw materials
The structure of the watercolor brush includes a plastic brush shell with a cavity inside the brush shell filled with sponge. At one end of the brush shell is a brush tongue made of a plastic brush tip and nylon material. The brush tongue is tightly fitted with the brush tip. Long strip, the top of the brush tongue is an arc top, and the end of the brush shell is blocked.
The brush is made up of poultry and animal hair and bamboo tubes.
Oil paintbrush is a special painting tool for oil painting. Generally, the barrel is made of wood and the brush bristles are pig bristles. There are also a few wolves and chemical fibers.
The advantages of watercolor brushes are rich colors and bright colors. The disadvantages are that they take a short time, have uneven water content, and have unnatural transitions. The two colors are not easy to reconcile together, so they are generally suitable for children’s paintings.
Brushes are not easy to preserve, and the brushes are heavy and practical and easy to break. Therefore, the appreciation of brushes can be based on the shape of the brush. The most important thing is to focus on the decorative, colorful and rich brush tube.
Oil paint brushes play the most basic function in the process of oil painting. Handy brushes can bring interest to the artist’s work. The choice of oil paintbrush on the painting technique. Different textures, shapes, and models of brushes have different functions.