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The Devil's Brush.

Post by MelindaT0813 on Sun May 12, 2013 8:48 pm

Ladies, I would like to introduce you to the Devil's brush.


Loew Cornell 7000 series rounds
If you want to learn how to use a paint brush, buy this brush and it will make you its... ::cough::

Back story:
a few MONTHS ago, a good friend, Lorrin Wagner (www.wagnerevents.com) was telling me how AMAZing this brush is. Fine point, gives you amazing tear drops, amazing and delicate line work, thick to thin no prob, the whole 9 yards.

I was SOLD!

So, I bought 4 of them in different sizes and let me tell you..... I hated them SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Every time I would try and use them the stupid brush would split! My teardrops were HORRIBLE and my swirls were wiskery. I couldn't outline AT all because again, the brush would split. Ug, they sat UNUSED in my kit for at least 2 months and they are lucky they did not end u in the trash.

finally this past week I decided to SUCK it UP! I grabbed those brushes and forced myself to use them. I learned that i painted a lot with my wrist instead of my hand. For example, my hand would stay stationary for, lets say spider webs or swirls, and my wrist would do all the work. turns out that is what was making my line work so heavy.
The Devil's brush taught me (quite forcibly I might add) to paint with my arm/hand and my line work is SO much better because of it.

The best part is that my line-work is better now with ALL my brushes thanks to this evil brush Wink
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by SmileLines on Sun May 12, 2013 10:48 pm

They are so sleek looking!

You are a very good sales person, haha! Now I want to buy some!

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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by amylady222 on Mon May 13, 2013 2:44 am

I have a "devil brush" (different kind) and I have thought of selling it --
now I think I will give it another try!

Thanks!
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by veelux on Mon May 13, 2013 7:58 pm

Ooooooo, they are so nice looking!
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by A New Face on Mon May 13, 2013 11:09 pm

I use almost all LC 7000 rounds, They are my babies!!!

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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by MelindaT0813 on Tue May 14, 2013 7:08 am

Wait I meant 7200 series... with the red handle. The ones that are all black are not the devils brush
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by A New Face on Tue May 14, 2013 6:11 pm

lol Mine are black with a green line, 7000's
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by MelindaT0813 on Tue May 14, 2013 6:35 pm

yea those are great brushes but NOT the Devil's brush. The point is not as sharp as the red handled ones which still let you be a wrist painter.
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Re: The Devil's Brush.

Post by RickyMUA on Sat Sep 13, 2014 8:36 pm

I know this post is old, but I just wanted to chime in and say how right you are about these brushes. I use to avoid my number 4 ultra rounds like the Black Plague. Ha! I noticed that the consciousness that I have when I paint on canvas, or draw with a pencil is necessary for this brush. Total change in handling, and even better change in outcome.
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