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So you are going the full hog for your trip then?
Not meaning any disrespect @PaulB but my money is on Mark winning this one even though you may bristle for a while. You are going to come back to us a changed man.
those W&N hog brushes are the worst thing I’ve ever used.
I'm not so sure about there being better ways to spend time, I couldn't think of any.
What's the story with your easel problems ? How does it effect your work ?
king Arthur and Geneva (the queen).
Ok, I am very curious about this. I have not enjoyed riggers at all so I have avoided them. I have a few inexpensive brushes. What type of effect do you get with riggers? The ones I have seem to be too flexible, lacking enough form. Perhaps it is because I tend to avoid detail work, at least as of yet.
Does any particular color work best?
When I get hand shake, I hold the painting hand with the other hand at the wrist--tightly--when I'm not using a maul stick.
... @PaulB I would like to suggest that you kick it off with copying and pasting the rigger brush post you made into a new thread and others could add to it with their own posts. What do you think?
This painting is dibond with gesso prime right?
I have no clue what may cause this cracking to occur. Are you going to need to oil it out first?