Vladimir London: Princeton Neptune (Synthetic Squirrel) Dagger Striper

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Vladimir London using Princeton Dagger Striper brush

Fine artist, teacher, and author, Vladimir London, shares tips for using our Neptune™ Synthetic Squirrel Dagger Striper Brush (size 1/4″).

“This is one of my favorite Princeton brushes.  Its long pointed tip, in combination with a fuller belly, allows long thin lines to be turned into wider brushstrokes in one hand movement.

I use this brush for painting organic matter such as tree branches, foliage, undergrowth, bushes, and grass.

The free-bending tip on this brush produces very natural marks that cannot be imitated with any other brush in the same manner.  When changing direction of a brushstroke, the Dagger gives nice-looking variations of line thickness from very slim to surprisingly wide strokes.  Organic-looking tree foliage can be painted with dabbing touches of this brush.”

 

 

 

Vladimir London using Princeton Dagger Striper brushVladimir London using Princeton Dagger Striper brushVladimir London using Princeton Dagger Striper brush

Vladimir London using Princeton Dagger Striper brush

Vladimir London’s work can be found on his website at vladimirlondon.com and his Instagram page.

Vladimir’s online drawing course and art community can be found at: drawingacademy.com