Is it Aqua, Fluid or H20 brushes?
H20 brushes: Are you looking for some new art materials? You may be itching to explore new techniques.
H20 brushes change how you work with even familiar materials. And they are super convenient to use. They make so much sense. You can also find them called aqua, fluid, or water brushes.
Our art team has tested these Pro Hart Swagger H20 brushes using acrylic ink, alcohol ink, flow paint and isopropyl. They all work a treat.
H20 brushes by Pro Hart Swagger, the details
The Pro Hart Swagger H20 brush pack includes six brushes in various shapes and sizes. Small, medium and large brush heads in either round or flat styles. There are enough options in this pack to cover many styles and uses.
Filling these handles is very simple. Unscrew the paint brush top anti-clockwise to open the brush’s barrel and fill it with the medium of your choice.
Each brush has a cap to protect the nylon bristles from mishaping and splaying.
How does fluid flow from the H20 brushes?
A gentle squeeze on the lower part of the barrel will let the liquid flow out into the bristles. You will quickly feel how much to squeeze to release the right amount of liquid.
Painting out and about
Neatly packed in a PVC wallet, this set is ready to go wherever you desire. Take them travelling with you or out in the urban environment. It is compact and perfect to throw into your bag or art box.
Do you like to paint outdoors? The Pro Hart Swagger H20 brushes make plein air painting a breeze. Find a small watercolour palette tube or pan and let the H20 brushes activate the paint in your palette. These brushes truly make painting on the go a breeze.
Grab one of the large brushes and create a background wash easily. The simple creation of gradient washes is a strength of these brushes.
Then, consider working over the piece using a water-resistant fine liner or gel pen to add finer details.
Urban sketchers, you will find these a brilliant addition to your art supplies. Imagine the possibilities. Introduce soft washes or lively brushstrokes over your ink or pen work. Or, load up the brushes directly with some drawing ink.
Wherever you are, experiment with your H20 brushes
You can also experiment with drawing using gel pens or a bleed-proof fineliner. Then, paint over with a wet brush. Some ink will soften into a wash, but the line detail will not be lost.
Do you attend life or portrait drawing sessions? Fluid brushes and a watercolour palette make a great alternative to charcoal or pencils.
In the studio, you can also work with alcohol inks and isopropyl on Yupo synthetic paper and create some remarkable effects with H20 brushes.
Watercolour crayons and pencils
When working with watercolour pencils, a fluid brush is a must. It will instantly transform your pencil marks into painterly watercolour strokes.
Also, try placing a wet brush directly against a watercolour pencil or any water-soluble crayon to pick up the colour.
Clean-up is as straightforward as it gets. Wipe the brush against a soft cloth or paper towel to remove the colour. Let a little water flow, and keep wiping until the bristles are entirely free of the medium you are using.
H20 brushes are a great gift idea
Children love these fluid brushes. They are clean, fun and magical to use – no need for a water jar.
Need an arty kid’s birthday present? Add a watercolour disc set, plus an A5 watercolour pad, to these Fluid Brushes by Pro Hart Swagger, and you are ready to paint wherever you are. It is guaranteed to bring smiles and hours of creative play.
“The entire Pro Hart Swagger range of art supplies is explicitly created for artists by artists. It is a proudly Australian brand.” Australian artist Nicki Comelli
VIPurpose Pro Hart Swagger H20 brushes
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