Class A is a bristle pen, and class B is a mink brush. Relatively speaking, the bristle pen is suitable for large strokes and thick lines; mink pens are suitable for more detailed picture forms.
The bristle pen, the pen hair is harder, you can grasp more colors, suitable for thick strokes and texture.
Strokes of the bristle pen.
The mink pens are suitable for handling delicate edges and more delicate parts.
Stroke of Mink brush. Suitable for more realistic styles.
From left to right: round brushes, hazeling brushes, flat head pen.
Round brush, the oldest oil painting pen. It has a dull nib that can be used to create a more round and soft stroke; the small round oil painting pen can be used to hook the line. The side front uses a large area of blurred color halo, and it can also be used for coloring techniques.
Platform brush: flat -headed and flat -headed oil paintings did not appear until the 19th century. It is used to make a wide, dragging strokes; rough lines can be drawn with a flat head side; rotating the pen body for a drag type pen, a brush stroke with uneven thickness.
Hazeling brush: flat body round head, also called “cat tongue pen”. It has the characteristics of both round heads and flat brushes, but it is difficult to control. When expressing curve -like strokes, it is a more elegant and smoother brush.
The fan -shaped pen is very suitable for paving. It belongs to the new special oil painting pen, which is sparsely fur and a flat fan. Used for light sweeping and brushing in the wet painting method, or softening too clear outline. Painters who like thin painting methods often use this kind of brush. When rubbing the color with a fan, it must be kept clean, otherwise it will hinder its dexterity.
The brush strokes, hook lines, embellishment, etc. are better used when handling the edges.
Book strokes with hazel -shaped mink hair.
Hazel -shaped bristle brush stroke.
Platform bristle brush stroke
Round -headed mink hair stroke.
Pingto mink brush strokes.
Most of the pens are mink or imitation mink pens.
Brush, use the background and light oil.
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