TAKING UP SIGN PAINTING

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Loke Berg
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TAKING UP SIGN PAINTING

Post by Loke Berg » Sat Oct 24, 2015 8:50 am

Hi

My name is Loke Berg, i am an artist from sweden. Used to work with fine arts but can't stand the bullshit pretentious attitude.
When i saw the movie sign painters from 2014, i realized that's what i have to do.
I have decided to dedicate my life to learning and improving the art of sign painting.

I need som advice for witch kind of brushes to buy. I want a good start kit with say $100 worth of brushes. I already got 1 MACK sword brush.

Can you please give me some advice for "must-to-have-brushes" for a beginner.

Thanks,

Loke Berg

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Re: TAKING UP SIGN PAINTING

Post by Roderick Treece » Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:39 pm

Best to decide what your going to paint then buy the brushes you need. Glass, wood, Stucco, Showcards. Lot's of deferent brush so narrow it down first and start with that

Loke Berg
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Re: TAKING UP SIGN PAINTING

Post by Loke Berg » Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:58 am

thanks, i got in touch with a guy that helped me with the brushes, all gear just arrived to sweden two days ago. i'll post images of my progress here soon

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