Good Question of the Week: Desert Island Brush Choice

I have favorite acrylic brushes, but as I am only one year into watercolors I haven’t a favorite watercolor brush. Truth be told, I haven’t spent money on brushes YET. But Marc has shared his thought on favorite brushes, and here is his “Desert Island Brush Choice” — food for thought!

Citizen Sketcher

A person taking my Craftsy.com People in Motion class recently asked a classic question in a creative way.

“Hi Marc. I’m enjoying your course and so great to see you demonstrating your techniques after following your blog. If I can please ask you. if I had only one brush (to take to a desert island) what size and kind would it be?”

Short Answer: This is a great question – and very hard to answer. But considering you are asking about travel – I’m going say it would be a #10 Da Vinci Maestro Series 1503 Travel Brush

The thing I love about a good sable brush – it has both a super sharp point, and at the same time, holds enough water to lay on it’s side and make a big shape. You can do an entire painting with this brush, from biggest shapes to smallest detail –…

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