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Liner Brushes!

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In the video below Artist, Gisele Pope, demonstrates the proper way to use a liner brush


Loew-Cornell makes a few variations on the liner brush. The traditional liner brush has long length hair and a fine point that is great for detail. With a simple change in pressure you can create both thin and thick lines. The Mid-Length liner has a longer length and will hold more paint than a traditional liner. A Script Liner or Long Liner has an even longer length and can hold even more paint. The longer length also means that it requires more control. They are great for long scrolls, straight lines, or stroke work.

Did you know that you can try out brushes at the store before you buy them?

-Just ask at the front counter to find out how!

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