Prima Barton’s 3/4” angled brushes have been designed with a tapered edge to help avoid the bristles splitting, allowing for neat edges and giving you maximum control in your one-stroke face painting.
The “Creative Series” brush range has been designed by world-renowned Australian face and body paint artist, Prima Barton. Prima Barton is an amazing artist from Queensland who has created a very nice quality line of brushes for face painters. The light-weight handles and golden taklon bristles with just the right spring have been carefully designed by Prima Barton to provide maximum control and ease of application.
Angular brushes are good for:
- precise strokes
- one-stroke designs – especially roses
- base-coats – laying in large areas of colour
- tight shading and highlighting
- painting sharply defined edges
As with a regular flat brush, you can use it to paint thin or thick lines, do one-strokes and fill areas of colour. An angled brush is particularly handy for using the tip to put a finer point on your one-stroke designs and getting into the nooks and crannies of a face.
Some professional face painters love angular brushes for painting leaves, and it’s especially favoured by artists who love to paint roses. Check out this demo on YouTube of painting one-stroke roses and leaves with Angular Shader brushes. You could get the same effect using a one-stroke cake like Rose or Cupcake.
Features of this brush:
- Brand: Prima Barton
- Brush Range: Creative Series
- Brush Shape: angled flat
- Brush Size:
- Bristle Width: 3/4 inch
- Bristle Length: up to 20 mm
- Handle length: medium
- Total brush length: approx. 20.5 cm
- Bristles: synthetic golden taklon
- Handle: painted wood
- Ferrule: seamless
As the bristles are synthetic, no animals were harmed for the production of these brushes.
Please Note: Photos of this brush may show the whole brush along with a close-up shot, and may show this brush alongside other brushes to compare it to others in the range. The listing is for one brush unless stated otherwise.
All measurements given are approximate