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    Regards Dave.

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    Thank you for the links!

    Is familiar with the ink or knows how the brushes should look like?

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    This link will show some of Gene's brushes.

    http://www.alt-photo.com/alt-photo/b...l%20class.html

    Many books here for download as pdf files:

    http://www.alt-photo.com/alt-photo/b...ng%20room.html
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    Thanks. I had no idea that the brushes should be so large. Which size are they in? Which sizes should I, as a beginner, buy.

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    A shaving brush is the best to start with. Buy two, a cheap one and an expensive one; see which works best for you.
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    Thanks for the tips. Should I try to form them with a scissor so the look like those Gene using? Best, Fredrik

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skott
    Thanks for the tips. Should I try to form them with a scissor so the look like those Gene using? Best, Fredrik
    Yes.

    An electric razor helps with the trimming, if you have one.
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    Thanks!

    I will begin with black bromoils. But if I later on tries to make bromoils with two or more colours. Does I then apply the ink as normal but with red sometimes and black sometimes, for example?

    When it comes to brushes. Is hoghair brushes like these ok: http://www.gnestapenseln.se/Bilder/Penslar_stora/48.jpg

    Does anyone knows if Flussige Lithographie Tusche from Rohrer & Klinger in Leipzig works for making Bromoils?

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    No one?

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    I've only just seen this post Skott, The brushes look as though they should be ok, although it is difficult to tell from a photograph.
    Practice first with the black ink untill you are very good. Then try the colour inking in, maybe ten years time.
    Regards Dave.

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