On Tour Brush Ballet | Travel brush set
Imagine a brush that is so delightful to hold that it actually encourages you to be more creative…
it’s the greatest quality an art supply can give us!
Each of the brushes in the On Tour Brush Ballet is so satisfying to handle, you will never save them just for travel, you will be drawn to use them over and over as they deliver unending beautiful brushtrokes.
The features of the On Tour Brush ballet:
- The handle unscrews to build a full size brush
- The metal handle is hollow to keep the brush pristine and protected when not in use.
- Leatherette pouch to keep your tools compact and organised
- Japanese synthetic nylon bristles hold water beautifully to allow for lavish brush strokes
- cruelty free bristles and pouch
- The metal handle is not heavy but has a finely balanced weight that is very pleasing to hold.
Most importantly, the 7 Round brushes graduate evenly from a tiny size 0 through to a generous size 12. They give you wonderful choices to suit any purpose.
The lovely thing about the On Tour Brushes is the pointed tips married with the full belly of the brush that can hold plenty of pigment. They can be used to create a modulated, linear mark by applying more or less pressure during the stroke; the pointed round is ideal for fine detail. Used on their sides in a scribbling motion, they’ll make an irregular, broken patch of color. They are a wonderful general use brush!
The cruelty-free leatherette pouch securely holds the brushes with internal elasticised loops:
The On-Tour brush Ballet set is exceptionally high quality and suits artists of all levels of experience.
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What Jane says
Because the Brush Ballet are of such exceptional and soft quality, each of the brushes arrive with a special coating to keep the shape as they travel to you. Please rinse the watersoluble coating away before use by holding the brush under running water, gently massaging to release the coating as it softens.
They are especially suited for watersoluble media (watercolour, inks and LayerCake):
- Do not leave your brushes standing on their bristles in water – this will dramatically shorten their lifespan and potentially bend the bristles.
- If you’re painting with watercolor, you can wash your brush using just water. If you’re painting with other mediums such as acrylic, it’s best to wash your brush immediately after you’re done with gentle soap and water. Once clean, reshape the bristles and lay flat to dry on a paper towel.
- Try not to mix the type of paintbrush you are using with a different medium. If you do mix the type of paintbrush with the medium you are using, just be sure to thoroughly clean it when finished!
- Keep your brushes in tip-top condition with Brush Buff
What you might like to know
There are three more sets in the brush ballet. The En Pointe, Arabesque and the Pirouette !
You can see them all here:
|15 × 6 × 5 cm