Has anyone here used paint brushes from Michael’s before, and if so, which one do you use to paint hair with? I’m headed to Michael’s now because there is a buy one get one sale on all painting supplies, and I would like to pick up some brushes for painting hair. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated! Thank you!
No one responded, but I bought every brush I thought would be good for hair painting. When I try them out, I’ll gladly let you know what did or didn’t work for me.
Thank you! I’ve been reborning for 8 years and I want to learn to paint hair- I have never tried but I’d love to learn!
I can’t paint hair either…still waiting for Christine Woolley’s dark hair painting tutorial.
Me too. I broke all of my rooting needles so I’m at a standstill with my first doll waiting for new needles to come in. I’d like an alternative method for doing hair so I can at least work on other dolls.
I also like the look of painted hair when you want a baby with little hair.
I feel the right brush is really the key to good painted hair.
I bought $78.00 in brushes. One better work!! Lol
I saw that online too! I will definitely be buying that when it comes out!!!
I can’t do painted hair either… so I use prisma to draw hair
Can’t wait to see you hair when you start!!
When I took Evon Nather’s painting class at ROSE we used a round #5 to paint the hair. The bristles fanning out made the fine hair. I would never have guessed. I always looked for the finest brush.
I use a winsor & newton 0000 size watercolor brush from Michael’s. I still can’t get the lines as thin as I want but it’s the smallest brush I can find.
Beautiful!!! I have a rake brush but I’m so chicken to try.
I tried prisma but I can’t get the pencil to mark the vinyl. Any suggestions?
I bought a rake brush too. It does look scary. Lol.
What paint are you using?
I use GHSP and I have to varnish first
Beautiful! This is the look I hope I can accomplish. Lol.
So realistic!!! Love your method.