|Project by mafe||posted 01-03-2015 07:41 PM||2237 views||7 times favorited||19 comments|
1. Brush rest at use.
2. Drill some holes in a row.
3. Cut waste to form it.
4. Sand or cut to shape.
5. Last details and light sanding.
6. Dye and lacquer.
Paint brushes may never rest on the hairs, so leaving the brush in the water standing on the hairs are considered a death sin, especially when you have some nice sable brushes.
Also brushes that rolls to the floor are a sinner, so we want to prevent them from that.
The answer is a brush rest, these comes in many forms, one of them are the Japanese mountains, that I enjoy and so it was the choice this time.
(Can also be a fast made gift for a good friend or partner). ;-)
No excuse now for not taking care of your fine brushed.
Hope this can inspire,
-- MAD F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.