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Professional artist Angeline-Marie Martinez artists gives a tour of just some of the tools she uses to create her artwork.
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Learning about Different Painting tools
In behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Angeline Marie. I’m a professional artist with AngelineMarie.net. In this clip I’m going to show you some tools you can use for painting. One of the tools that I have for favorite is not a paint brush, it’s plastic. This plastic wrap comes out some really cool textures when you’re painting.
The second tool I use obviously are paint brushes. And here I have five or four different types. I have the super cheap brushes that you can pick up at any hardware store. These are natural bristle and these are great for painting and big spaces. This one here is what they call a fun brush but this is natural bristle. Again, it’s a stronger brush than the ones from the hardware store and of course there are different whips.
This brush here is a natural badger hair brush. These can run you a little bit more. These are really good to paint with when you want to paint details, a smaller brush on canvas, on paper any kind of tool you want to -- any kind of surface you want to use.
This brush here is synthetic. It’s a nylon bristle, very easy to clean. You can use it for oil paint or acrylic paint just like the other types of brushes that I’ve showed you. The other tool that I use a lot is a hair dryer. This is great to drying, speed up the drying time of paint. Sometimes you just want to move on to the next color.
Another tool I use is paper, paper towel, napkins anything. I dab. I drip. I use water spray and I love the drying cap some of that water and make those textures. The last tool is anything I can use to move the paint and there you have some tools to use for your paint.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Angeline Marie. Thank you for watching.