Sunday, September 25, 2011

Photo of drawing "Wet".

Used my Rembrandt watercolor set and few brushes. Sadly notice how paints getting deeper and smaller, didn't draw anything serious yet.

3 comments:

Ontheroad said...

Do you mean the paint is going quickly?

And, Irina, can you tell the name of the brushes, and if the Da Vinci is sable or Cosmo-top Spin?

I just bought an Isabey 6 sable and got the newest Rosemary catalogue to compare all of the brushes.

Nikira said...

Yes, paint is going quickly. Da Vinci travel Kolinsky brush, Germany, 2 little ones travel Cotman Reversible from http://www.artsupplies.co.uk/
I find it cheaper in UK than in USA, I bought there tiny Bijou box, love it. One fan brush is cheap Langnickel, others with glass handles Gold.N.Flo. On the right #2 Pure Squirrel, England from Jerry's Artarama. I have, not here W$N #6 Pure Squirrel and huge 817/12 Germany Pure Squirrel (never used it yet, need a big size paper for it).
I have something I want to get in Rosemary's, brushes with special covers, I will find the link and show you.

Ontheroad said...

Thanks for all the information.

The only difference I saw in the catalogue between the Rosemary and the other brushes is that she put a small "breathing" hole in the cap to allow a wet brush to dry better....but otherwise it seems to be exactly like my Escoda and similar to the Isabey.