Review: PK-PRO WhiteLine MC1 Drybrushes
Drybrushes with round, conical brush heads have become a hobby staple since Artis Opus popularised this type of brush a couple of years ago. Now the German online shop PK-Pro has launched their own version with their WhiteLine MC1 drybrushes. In this review, we take a closer look at their new brushes.
Review: Chronicle Cards Techlon Tiger Drybrushes Kickstarter
Chronicle Cards have caught my eye with their high quality and stylish brush sets. After the successful launch of their wolf bristle brushes and Kolinsky sable brushes, Chronicle has now launched a new Kickstarter campaign. This time, they aim to fund an assortment of drybrushes in various shapes, along with matching accessories. I’ve had the chance to try out some of the Techlon Tiger drybrushes, and I’m here to let you know if this Kickstarter is a worthy investment or not.
Review: Chronicle Cards Kolinsky Sable Brushes
Just a few days ago, independent Australian hobby company Chronicle Cards launched a Kickstarter for their brand new Sable’s Kolinsky Collection. The very affordable set of 8 Kolinsky sable brushes complement their wolf bristle brushes I reviewed and approved a while ago, so when Chronicle Cards sent me some, I was curious to give them a try.
Review: Wolf Bristle Brushes Set by Chronicle Cards
We all are familiar with sable, goat hair, and synthetic bristles for our miniature painting brushes. But why not… wolf bristles? Chronicle Cards has a beautifully made brush set with ten brushes from size 000 to 7, with rosewood handles and responsibly sourced wolf fibre. In this review, I’ll find out if the quality and longevity are up to high-quality Kolinsky sable.
Stahly’s best brushes for painting miniatures (budget, high-end & vegan)
They say “a craftsman is only as good as his tools” – and that‘s true. A good brush that holds its tip for a long time will help you paint better and more precisely. Here are the best brushes for painting miniatures, from budget to high-end with additional recommendations for drybrushes and vegan brushes, based on over 20 years of painting.
Review: Citadel STC Synthetic Brushes (first look)
Today on the blog I take an initial look at the new Citadel STC synthetic range of brushes from Games Workshop. I’ve been using these for a week and I’ve painted 4 models with them.
Review: Redgrass Games RGG Premium Brushes
Redgrass Games offer a range of three brushes and claim it’s all you need for painting miniatures: a size 2/0 and 2 made from Kolinsky sable, plus a size 4 synthetic drybrush. Are they right? And how do their brushes stand up to the competition? Find out more in this comprehensive review.
Review: Cass Art Sable Brushes
I was mooching around Islington in London the other day with a friend and we stumbled across this art shop called Cass Art. I was looking through their brushes and I noticed the Windsor and Newton Brushes were on offer, but I couldn’t find them,…
Chat: ThirdEyeNukes Choice of Airbrushes #2: The Iwata Custom Micron CM-C Plus
Hey all, todays post is part two talking about my airbrushes of choice with that being my favourite one the Iwata CM-C Plus. The Iwata CM-C Plus is a incredible airbrush and probably the one I use the most. The overall feel and look is…
Chat: ThirdEyeNukes Choice of Airbrushes #1: The Badger Patriot 105
Hey all, today I thought I’d do something a little different and write a series about the airbrushes that I use for the next six posts. In no particular order I will start with the Badger Patriot 105. First off airbrushes are a wonderful tool….