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Brusho Crystal Colours are amazingly versatile watercolor ink crystals that can be used in a myriad of different ways. Incredibly vivid, vibrant, and brilliant, they open up a world of possibilities for painters, mixed media artists, and crafters of every level, from student to professional.
Totally intermixable, Brusho Crystal Colours can be used on paper, canvas, or even wood. Sprinkle them directly on a wet substrate and watch intriguing organic patterns appear almost like magic. Or sprinkle Brusho Colours on a wet brush, painting knife, or texture tool to create a variety of gorgeous effects. You can dissolve them in water and apply them with a spray bottle, or add them to wax paste or gel mediums for body. The instructional leaflet shows you all the basics and is sure fuel your drive to experiment.
Manufactured in Sheffield, England, for more than 35 years, Brusho Crystal Colours are completely non-toxic and non-hazardous. Wear rubber gloves to protect your skin from staining.
Assorted Set of 12
This broader range of 12 colors includes Lemon, Yellow, Orange, Scarlet, Brilliant Red, Purple, Ultramarine, Leaf Green, Emerald Green, Turquoise, Dark Brown, and Black in 15 g pots, along with an instructional leaflet.
Assorted Set of 24
This complete set of 24, 15 g colors includes Lemon, Yellow, Gamboge, Orange, Vermilion, Scarlet, Brilliant Red, Ostwald Red, Crimson, Cobalt Blue, Ostwald Blue, Ultramarine, Prussian Blue, Turquoise, Leaf Green, Emerald Green, Sea Green, Violet, Purple, Light Brown, Dark Brown, Grey, Black, and White, plus an instructional leaflet.
Assorted Set of 8
This basic introductory set contains Yellow Ochre, Rose Red, Lime Green, Olive Green, Moss Green, Sandstone, Terracotta, and Burnt Sienna in 15 g pots, plus an instructional leaflet.
Craft Spritzer Set
Ideal for card making and other crafts, this set includes six 15 gram pots Brusho Crystals (Sunburst Lemon, Orange, Alizarin Crimson, Violet, Turquoise, and Sea Green), plus a spritzer bottle for creating bursts of vibrant background color.
® Brusho is a registered trademark.
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from New Zealand
Comments about Brusho Crystal Colours:
lovely colors and useful set
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Excited to use Brusho
By Deborah the artist
from East Berlin, PA
I'm beginning to use Brusho on Yupo paper.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Brush Crystals make colors POP
A day spent misting water onto art papers and sprinkling on Brusho Crystal Colours opens new vistas with every colour or colour combination used. The excitement for me is the blending of colours. I use a hat pin to punch 2-3 holes in the tops which allows for more control of amount to use and a more direct placing of the colours.
Not my first purchase
from walnut creek, ca
s an old product that is just making it's way to the US. It is very versatile. I am doing a lot of experimenting with it. I am a first time user of Brusho
Can't believe my eyes!
from Las Vegas, NV
Absolutely love these watercolor crystals. They can be used in so many different ways with great ease and the colors are stunning! I definitely will be purchasing more colors from this product line.
Brusho Cyrstal Colors
from Dos Palos
Very good product
Brusho Crystal Colours
from New Hampshire
Use them to make cards but not to use them for detail- Great to make a scene from nature or a background and then add words with another media!Love how they blend together!
(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
this is a great product
By jim the dog trainer
from los banos ca
how to use the product
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Intense color and interesting effects
I've only just started working with these, and so far, they are excellent for drawing and non traditional watercolor work.Colors, generally, are far more intense than watercolor. The dry powder allows for effects that I would not be able to get with regular watercolor.The downside so far is that I have no idea what the composition is.I am told that they are pigment based, as opposed to dye based, which is good for archival purposes. I would feel better knowing what exactly is in the powder. And if there is something that would effect paper over time.
from Atlanta, Ga
This stuff has endless possibilities. It's like a watercolor party! I use it to suggest a mood rather than fill my paper full of water and color i can't control. Takes some practice but the results are well worth it.
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