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thank you !!!
To extend the life of the brushes, wash them with natural olive soap or glycerin soap, which do not contain chemical detergents.
Brushes become brittle when losing their natural fat, so it is recommended to use gum arabic or other similar substance, to maintain shape, flexibility and durability. I’ve heard of people who wet them in milk because casein can help.
If the brush is really damaged it is recommended to apply a “Brush Recover”, and wrap the body of the brush on silk paper for a week, in a warm place (but not very hot, never near a heater or stove).
The main western brush factories (I think also in the eastern ones), market the Restorers for daily use, and the Recuperators for extreme cases.
I have doubts about the texture of the brush “huan hao badger”… can it be equivalent to the “petit gris” brushes?
I was delighted to discover that quality does not diminish! Of course, in that case, it opens a lot of possibilities … very inspiring, thanks!28th January 2019 at 10:06 am in reply to: problems at the customs for the toxicity of pigments? #19711
many thanks! anyway I would like to be able to try different types to compare … it is possible that I risk … tempting!
anyway … now I think that would take spontaneity away from the final work …
you mean to put the stamp in the same position in different sheets? I believe that you can create a system similar to the centering of the sheets in the technique of engraving, to obtain the impression of many sheets in the same position.
in that case, maybe you can build a frame in cardboard …
muy interesante! gracias por compartir!