Are you in need of some new Dynasty brushes, but can't find them in a store near you? Here is a handy list of our online retailers! Please note that these retailers may not carry our entire line of brushes, so be sure to check out all of them to find the brushes you are looking for!
The Brush Guys
Curry's Art Store
United Art & Education
California Hobby Distributors
Studio Six Framing and Art Supplies (Canada)
Friday, March 17, 2017
Thursday, March 2, 2017
If you read the last blog post, you may know that Dynasty is rolling out some new products. There is still a new line of brushes I have not told you about. They are sure to have a big impact.
Emphasis on big.
Perhaps you are familiar with our line of Scenic Fitch brushes. These large brushes are especially designed for large-scale work. The long handles provide more control and allow for the brushes to fit into an extension pole when necessary. Scenic artists in the theatre and entertainment industry use them to paint life-size scenery and backdrops. Often large scenic pieces and backdrops are painted on the floor. Instead of getting on their hands and knees, scenic artists put their brushes into bamboo poles so they can stand up while painting at floor level. (This is much better for the back and knees!)
With comfort and ease of reach in mind, Dynasty Brush has released an additional line of Scenic Fitches with an extra long handle, aptly named Scenic Fitch XL.
When I received the email from our main office saying that this new product was coming out, I was excited but I still did not grasp just how extra these extra long brushes were going to be. I have been a scenic artist for 16 years, so I was looking forward to another tool for my colleagues and me to work with. I did not really understand the magnitude of these brushes until I was sent a set to try.
When the box of brushes arrived at my door, I could not believe what I was seeing. These are some seriously big brushes!
My daughter is nearly four years old and these brushes are about 3/4 her size!
Since I do not have a large scale painting project lined up right now, I have put some XL fitches in the hands of some scenic artists in my area. I am hoping that in a future blog post, I will have some excellent photos of these big beauties in action! Stay tuned!