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Colourshaper Taper Point Firm #16 (206632)
Colour Shapers are highly versatile tools which can be used for sculpting, painting, drawing, printmaking and application of masking fluid. Colour Shapers are constructed with a handle-like brush. They have a silicone tip and are available in 5 shapes, 3 levels of firmness and 5 sizes. All firmnesses can be used with paints, glazes, wax, plaster, pastels, and adhesives, and even to blend or smudge pastels and charcoal. Colour Shapers allow you to sculpt clay, apply pastel, carve images in wet paint, and easily move and remove paint. They can be used alongside regular brushes to create exciting textures, marks and a variety of decorative effects. The tips do not absorb paint like a brush, and therefore can be simply wiped clean, or dried paint can just be peeled off.
Style: Taper Point Hardness: Firm Size: 16
Colour Shapers are extremely useful when working in the fine detail of your work, whether sculpting, model making or painting you can pick up the smallest amount of medium and control it with ease. The amazing durability of the silicone tip ensures years of use, your Colour Shaper will remain an essential tool in your creative toolbox.
Colour Shapers WIDE are ideal tools for faux finishing and other incredible decorative effects as well as gesso application, sculpting and bold statements on canvas. Move and texture colour of any medium in ways that have never been possible, paint on glass, sculpt and creatively decorate.
- For acrylics, watercolours or drawing materials just dip the tip in water and wipe clean.
- With stubborn colours wipe the tip with alcohol or solvent.
- For oil-based paints and printing inks dip the tip in solvent and wipe clean.
- Do not leave your Colour Shapers to soak in solvent.
- If you forget to clean-up the tips, allow the paint or adhesive to dry, then simply peel it off.
Available in Five Shapes :
â€¢ Apply and carve paint
â€¢ Blend charcoal and pastel
â€¢ Create clean linear strokes
â€¢ Make broad forceful marks
â€¢ Move heavy paint
â€¢ Control thick colour
â€¢ Create soft edged strokes
â€¢ Blend pastel and charcoal
â€¢ Adjust contours and edges
â€¢ Carve paint
â€¢ Remove paint
â€¢ Blend paint
â€¢ Mix paint on the palette
â€¢ Create flat even strokes of colour
â€¢ Create expressive strokes
â€¢ Work from thick to thin
â€¢ Make precise marks
3 Types of Firmness
IVORY TIP Soft and designed to be responsive with fluids and soft colours
GREY TIP Firm and offers a good amount of resistance for extraordinary control over polymer clay, heavy body and paste paints
BLACK TIP Much firmer and best suited to sculpting, ceramics and modelling