I have used a lot different ones all these years, but this one is my favorite! You will have to wet your brushes, swish them around on the hard soap and rinse them. It helps preserve and condition your bristles as well!
It can be a little complicated when you first go to a Art Supply stores to start your brush collection. I have bought many different types of brushes trying to figure out what I like best. A few things I want to see when I go shopping ...
Is this a good price, how much should I invest while I am learning?
What are they made of?
Are these brushes natural bristles or synthetic?
Are these brushes for acrylic painting?
Ok, ok I know its a lot, but we will talk about this now!
We have a lot choices for sure, the first thing you need to know about acrylic paint brushes, is that you want synthetic bristles. They are the ones to get it because you do not want natural hair paintbrushes when you’re painting with acrylics. Because they don’t hold the paint the way that you need them to and the acrylic paint damage the natural bristles easily too. So synthetic are the ones!
Not everyone likes to paint with easels, some artists like to paint flat on the table. So try both and see what you like best.
So here are some links for supplies for you to start without spend a lot! :)