Brusho by Colourcraft BRU85000 Crystal Colour Assorted Pack of 12 Colours, 15 g
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Respiratory - None volatile but as appropriate to the situation and the quantity handled in powder form. That is until you realise that they are in fact a DYE BASED PRODUCT and therefore of no use to professional artists creating original fine artworks, because they are not archival.
Brusho Powder can be used to create many different techniques by sprinkling on wet paper, applying to dry paper and spraying, and mixing with water to create a watercolour paint.The colours lend themselves ideally for the production of a variety of hues, tints and shades by mixing, dilution or concentration, or by the superimposition of washes.
I keep a toothpick in my Brusho box to open up the hole if it becomes blocked, but I have seen push pins being used as a sort of permanent topper. It can be a very forgiving medium, allowing you to paint in a loose, expressive style making happy accidents along the way!We also recommend some watercolour brushes to wet the paper and paint with BRUSHO and a misting bottle for creating dappling, running and bleeding effects.
Many old paintings by famous artists have changed colour because of the permanence (or otherwise) of the colours used. To add even more dimension to your creative activities, and for those creatives who love a bit of bling! Water-Soluble Wax pastels work in the same way as the Water Soluble pencils, apply before you use the Brusho inks, during or after, the choice is yours!After the paint had dried, I removed the wrap and re-wet some areas, sprinkling darker colors into the wet. Dry Brusho powder can also be sprinkled on top of wet watercolour paint to create additional textures.