The Art of Brusho book by Carrie McKenzie

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Discover new ways to unleash your creativity with the brilliance and pigment power of Brusho!

If you like colourful paintings, you will love the intense vibrancy of Brusho. This book is the ultimate guide to harnessing its unique and explosive properties to create striking, colour rich, impressionistic images.

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Discover new ways to unleash your creativity with the brilliance and pigment power of Brusho!

If you like colourful paintings, you will love the intense vibrancy of Brusho. This book is the ultimate guide to harnessing its unique and explosive properties to create striking, colour rich, impressionistic images.

Carrie McKenzie uses her wealth of experience and imagination to show you how to use these ‘little pots of magic' to stunning effect. With step-by-step instructions, tips for successful working practices, complete projects for you to try and tips on how to use other materials combined with Brusho for special effects, this book is a must-have for all Brusho enthusiasts!

Colourcraft Ltd - Paperback - 104 pages - Colour throughout
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Posted by Michael John Davis, Thursday, 6 September 2018 on product The Art of Brusho book by Carrie McKenzie

Question:

when will it be delivered? How much is the delivery charge?

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  • Posted by Customer Service on Thursday, 6 September 2018

    Standard delivery is between 3-5 working days. Non members delivery fee is £4.50 or free of charge for SAA members.

Posted by Lisa, Tuesday, 12 December 2017 on product The Art of Brusho book by Carrie McKenzie

Question:

Why does the gamboge push other colours away

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  • Posted by Anita Pounder on Tuesday, 12 December 2017

    Hi Lisa,

    All pigments have different characteristics, and this is what makes using them such fun. Gamboge is quite a 'heavy' pigment which is why it pushes the lighter pigments away whilst still wet.

    It is always worth experimenting with you colour to see how they work when mixed with others as you can get very surprising results.

    Happy painting!

     

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