Basic Glass Brush:
brushes are specifically designed to allow more paint to be applied for
applying thick or thin strokes to glass and glazed ceramics.
Available in 2 sizes, round 442-4 & round 424-3
Handle glass carefully to keep it
free of fingerprints,and use rubbing
alcohol and a paper towel to remove any prints or smudges.
Use a light touch
Try not to apply too much pressure
with the tip of the brush.Pushing down too hard
will cause the paint to wipe off the slippery surface of the glass. Instead,
use a light touch and allow the paint to flow off the brush, creating a pool of
color. This allows you to create thicker, more solid coverage in one step. If
you do need a second coat, make sure to let it dry completely first.
Dry your brush well
Always blot your brush on a paper
towel to dry itafter rinsing in
water. You don't want excess water to remain in the brush while painting.
Choose your brush carefully
All types of brushes can be used
for glass painting, but can provide different results.Synthetic brushes tend to create visible brushstrokes.
Soft, natural-hair brushes allow for more paint to be applied in one stroke, creating