Winsor & Newton Cotman Brushes Series 666 Long Handled One Stroke
Cotman brushes are a range of pure synthetic watercolour brushes of the highest quality. By blending fibres of differing thickness, the three most important qualities sought after by artists' is acheived. Three thicker fibres contribute strength and spring whilst the thinner fibres improve colour carrying capacity. Together they retain a perfect point, time after time.
Series 666 features a long handle, flat wash brush for edges and shapes or applying washes. These flat brushes give firm, sharp lines for lettering and one stroke work. Popular for washes in watercolour. They possess great spring and colour carrying capacity.
|EDP: 0170833 Size 3mm (1/8 inch)|
|EDP: 0170841 Size 6mm (1/4 inch)|
|EDP: 0170860 Size 10mm (3/8 inch)|
|EDP: 0170867 Size 13mm (1/2 inch)|
|EDP: 0170875 Size 19mm (3/4 inch)|
|EDP: 0170884 Size 25mm (1 inch)|
|EDP: 0248100 Size 39mm (1Â¢ inch)|
This masterclass shows the different pinks Winsor and Newton offer in watercolour and in gouache.
Here we learn a bit about the sourcing and development of pinks, where pigments originate from and their properties.
For example, did you know that the now synthetic colour Carmine used to come from crushed beetles or that Rose Madder still comes from a plant root discovered by George Field?
Tips and techniques of how to make your own iridescent watercolours.
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