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Painting Trowel - Gaffrey Art Material

Painting Trowel

$15.00
Description

Sculpting with paint requires commitment and considerable amounts of acrylic. It's difficult to resist the allure of lifelike art and we have the tools required to paint by the pound. Our large knives enables you to shape, carve and manipulate texture paint with ease.

Utilizing sturdy wooden handles and welded stainless steel, these palette knives are designed to provide just the correct amount of flexibility and rigidity. Experiment with the possibilities of art materials and discover creative uses for these tools, enabling you to take your painting to another dimension. Our range of knives are superb for both impasto and sculptural painting methods in addition to blending colors on a palette. The gentle edges and ergonomic design make these knives a great addition to any artist's quiver. 

 



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M.B. (West Hartford, Connecticut)
If you're using the paint, use the knives!

Assuming you got the paint because you want to really recreate the types of texture that Justin Gaffrey showcases (because same) let me save you some time: get the knives. They're more flexible than regular painting knives which I 1. Didn't realize at first and 2. Didn't know mattered - but it makes a HUGE difference. I struggle with tremors already, but the stiffness of other blades was making it incredibly difficult to work with the paint they way I wanted because you have to be SO careful with an inflexible blade not to smush it all together and flat and ultimately, far too well mixed and lacking the character and contrast that comes from a lighter stroke.

Also they're WAY cheaper, and the handles aren't all chipped and peeling like some of my more expensive palette knives. Fortunately they don't get a ton of use anymore so it's a non-issue - but save yourself the frustration aand cash and get the good ones made to work with the paint.

PS: I feel like I look so cool when i use this one lol- and it's great for making 3D waves!!