The Army Painter Hobby Brush Series: Basecoating Brush offers budding hobbyists the perfect brush to learn the ins and outs of putting the first layers of paint after you prime your washed miniatures.
This mini paintbrush isn't too thin to make basecoating a time-consuming task, but it isn't too thick either, which can create pools of unnecessary paint on your minis. With the right thickness of the bristles head, our miniatures paint brush holds enough paint, so you won't have to reload every after one stroke and covers enough surface to make base-coating less tedious. And you don't need to buy other wargamer brushes to do the job.
Made of the finest quality Toray hair, the bristles spring back adequately and hold paint nicely. This type of hair isn't just durable but also affordable and among the easiest to use war painter brushes for entry-level miniature painters.
TIP FOR BASECOATING: When basecoating, thinning your base paint is crucial. Thick paint will only obscure the fine details of your miniature. Ideally, you?d want that melted ice cream-like consistency, which calls for a 2 parts paint, 1 part water ratio.
CARING FOR YOUR BRUSH: Don?t let paint get into the ferrule of your miniature paint brushes. In case this happens, make sure to wash them off before storing. Condition the bristles regularly to keep the shape longer.
Enrich your miniature painting accessories with The Army Painter Base coating Brush, code BR7003
PAINT ARMIES QUICKLY with this synthetic mini paint brush that is perfectly designed for painting bulk of infantry. Made for beginners at a reasonable price, it’s a must among your miniature painting accessories
THICK ENOUGH TO HOLD PAINT WELL - The bristles on this wargamer brush hold paint without spilling it all at first stroke; you won’t have to reload too many times. Thin your paint with water for smoother coat finish
DURABLE, ROUND WOODEN HANDLE - Our small paintbrush for minis has a long enough handle made of wood for comfortable and flexible handling
FINEST QUALITY TORAY SYNTHETIC HAIR - As the first step in painting miniatures, base-coating doesn’t require a sable brush. In fact, a synthetic Toray miniatures brush is the more logical and economical choice; it does its job well without the expensive price of a sable